Current corona numbers for Germany: Case numbers from today, June 13th, 2022

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RKI reports 5,378 new corona infections in Germany – numbers are falling again

The corona pandemic has been occupying the country since March 2020. Most recently, the authorities recorded 5,378 new infections in Germany. Here you will find all the latest figures from the Robert Koch Institute on illnesses, deaths and recoveries.

Data: Corona case numbers for Germany

According to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), the health authorities in Germany have counted 5,378 new infections in the last 24 hours. That is 35,709 fewer cases than were reported last Monday, when the RKI recorded 41,087 new infections. At the same time, a new death was reported, and the RKI recorded 69,433 other Covid patients as having recovered.

In the past seven days, a total of 275,937 new cases have been reported to the RKI in Germany. 331.8 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants were known in the last week. Even lower numbers were recorded in the previous week, when the RKI reported 243,938 new infections within seven days, which corresponds to an incidence of 293.4. The medium-term trend in Germany is therefore negative, the number of corona cases is increasing again.

The current data was published by the RKI on Monday morning – as of June 13, 2022 at 03:01. Later adjustments or additions to the RKI are possible. The daily updated figures are subject to strong fluctuations. For example, because fewer tests are carried out at the weekend or there may be delays in the reporting chain.

Since the outbreak of the epidemic, a total of around 26.81 million people in Germany have been shown to have been infected with the corona virus. To date, the authorities have recorded 139,807 deaths in connection with Covid 19 disease. However, the Robert Koch Institute also estimates that around 25.94 million corona patients have recovered.

According to the current status, an estimated 729,555 people are still actively infected with Covid-19, a decrease of 64,056 active cases compared to the previous day. The number is made up of the estimated number of recoveries and the confirmed number of deaths and cases.

Data: Tests and vaccinations in Germany

Since the end of December 2020, vaccinations have been used to fight the corona virus in Germany.

At the same time, tests for the virus continue to be carried out in Germany. The number of weekly tests in the laboratories was 496.48 thousand in calendar week 21. Of these, 143,131 were recently evaluated as positive, a rate of 28.83 percent. This is also evident from data from the RKI. Compared to the previous week, fewer people tested positive for the Sars-CoV-2 coronavirus. The rate was previously 32.11 percent, and 218,299 of around 679.87 thousand tests were positive at the time.

Data: Heavily affected regions in Germany

The area most affected in Germany is Coesfeld. There have been 965.1 new cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the past seven days. The region with the fewest infections is Sömmerda, where the incidence is 21.7.

At least one new infection has been reported in all cities and counties across the country in the past seven days.

Data: hospitalization values ​​and situation in the intensive care units in Germany

The situation in hospitals has been an important indicator for assessing the pandemic since autumn 2021. In the past seven days, 2,300 people with a Covid infection have been hospitalized in Germany. The so-called hospitalization rate – the number of patients per 100,000 inhabitants of a region within a week – is currently 2.77. With a 28 percent increase in cases compared to the value of the previous week, the trend in hospitalization numbers is negative.

In the clinics in Germany, 625 Covid patients are currently being treated in the intensive care unit, 239 of them need to be ventilated. A total of 4,262 of 24,026 intensive care beds are currently still available in the country’s hospitals.

Data: R value in Germany

According to RKI calculations, the number of reproductions, also known as the R value, is currently 1.08. This means that an infected person infects more than one other person on average. The day before, the value was still 1.14.

If the R value is below 1.0, the number of new infections decreases. If the value is above 1.0, the virus is spreading more intensively. Larger regional incidents, such as the mass infection of workers in a slaughterhouse in the Gütersloh district in mid-June, have a strong influence on the R value. According to the RKI, the value can fluctuate relatively noticeably, especially if there are few new cases overall.

Data: New infections per federal state

For the individual federal states, the RKI has recorded the following values ​​for new infections in the past week (as of 06/13/2022 at 03:01):

  • Baden-Württemberg: 26,199 new infections, 235.96 per 100,000 inhabitants
  • Bavaria: 39,438 new infections, 300.13 per 100,000 inhabitants
  • Berlin: 7,848 new infections, 214.19 per 100,000 inhabitants
  • Brandenburg: 4,792 new infections, 189.33 per 100,000 inhabitants
  • Bremen: 2,856 new infections, 419.92 per 100,000 inhabitants
  • Hamburg: 5,908 new infections, 318.92 per 100,000 inhabitants
  • Hesse: 28,135 new infections, 447.07 per 100,000 inhabitants
  • Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania: 4,072 new infections, 252.8 per 100,000 inhabitants
  • Lower Saxony: 37,334 new infections, 466.48 per 100,000 inhabitants
  • North Rhine-Westphalia: 72,354 new infections, 403.64 per 100,000 inhabitants
  • Rhineland-Palatinate: 14,851 new infections, 362.36 per 100,000 inhabitants
  • Saarland: 3,593 new infections, 365.15 per 100,000 inhabitants
  • Saxony: 6,823 new infections, 168.18 per 100,000 inhabitants
  • Saxony-Anhalt: 4,070 new infections, 186.64 per 100,000 inhabitants
  • Schleswig-Holstein: 15,366 new infections, 527.88 per 100,000 inhabitants
  • Thuringia: 2298 new infections, 108.38 per 100,000 inhabitants

Data: Infections and deaths per federal state

The RKI has recorded the following confirmed total numbers of infections and deaths in connection with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus for the individual federal states (as of 06/13/2022 at 0:00 a.m.):

  • Baden-Württemberg: 3,720,283 detected infections, 16,188 confirmed deaths
  • Bavaria: 4,964,803 detected infections, 24,177 confirmed deaths
  • Berlin: 1,063,156 infections detected, 4,630 confirmed deaths
  • Brandenburg: 798,248 infections detected, 5,689 confirmed deaths
  • Bremen: 205,148 infections detected, 780 confirmed deaths
  • Hamburg: 596,533 infections detected, 2,682 confirmed deaths
  • Hesse: 1,907,868 infections detected, 10,226 confirmed deaths
  • Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania: 493,788 infections detected, 2,243 confirmed deaths
  • Lower Saxony: 2,432,951 infections detected, 9,440 confirmed deaths
  • North Rhine-Westphalia: 5,405,549 infections detected, 25,522 confirmed deaths
  • Rhineland-Palatinate: 1,177,597 infections detected, 5,699 confirmed deaths
  • Saarland: 320,708 infections detected, 1,702 confirmed deaths
  • Saxony: 1,521,250 infections detected, 15,560 confirmed deaths
  • Saxony-Anhalt: 723,334 infections detected, 5375 confirmed deaths
  • Schleswig-Holstein: 764,239 infections detected, 2,568 confirmed deaths
  • Thuringia: 713,790 infections detected, 7,326 confirmed deaths

Data: Corona virus in Germany distributed across age groups and genders

The statistics show that older people are particularly at risk from the virus. But the virus has also been detected in children and adolescents. At the moment, the following data on infections in the different age groups has been recorded:

  • Age group 0-4 years: 882,613 cases (3.3 percent total)
  • Age group 5-14 years: 3,887,605 cases (14.5 percent total)
  • Age group 15-34 years: 8,194,182 cases (30.6 percent total)
  • Age group 35-59 years: 9,923,039 cases (37 percent total)
  • Age group 60-79 years: 2,938,822 cases (11 percent total)
  • Age group 80+: 946,947 cases (3.5 percent total)
  • No age information: 30,523 cases (0.1 percent total)

Various studies have now found that men are more susceptible to serious or even fatal consequences of Covid-19 disease. The RKI statistics currently record more female infected people in Germany. The following corona values ​​by gender have been recorded so far:

  • Men: 12,826,151 cases (47.8 percent total)
  • Females: 13,723,851 cases (51.2 percent total)
  • No gender information: 253,729 cases (0.9 percent total)

Graphics: All data on the corona pandemic in Germany

Below you will find various data visualizations of the officially reported figures for the corona epidemic in Germany.

Graphics: Numbers on the corona pandemic worldwide

For the following graphics on global distribution, we use data from the American Johns Hopkins University return. The University of Baltimore has been collecting data since the pandemic broke out earlier this year and is considered a reputable source for information on the spread of the virus worldwide.

The researchers at the university use figures from the World Health Organization (WHO), information from state authorities around the world, media reports and other sources return. This has resulted in what is probably the largest and most up-to-date database on the global development of the pandemic. The graphics update automatically at least once a day.

Our graphics and interactive maps with a special focus on North Rhine-Westphalia can be found here. Since mid-April we have also been publishing information on the situation in the intensive care units of hospitals in North Rhine-Westphalia. All data can be found here.

We have also explained here how we work with the data, what other data sources we use, how often the data is updated and why we are unfortunately unable to display some of the requested data.

All current information about the spread of the corona virus can be found at any time in our live blog. Found an error in the graphics or the interactive map? Mail us.

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