Daily updated corona numbers and rules for Freiburg i.Breisgau: Here you can find the latest RKI data on the corona virus from 7-day incidence to intensive care bed occupancy and new infections in your region for today, June 2nd, 2023.
The current corona numbers for Freiburg i.Breisgau: 7-day incidence, new infections, deaths
For Freiburg i.Breisgau in Baden-Württemberg, compared to the previous day, on Friday, June 2nd, 2023 at 3:10 a.m., via the Robert Koch Institute no new infections and no new deaths reported in connection with the corona virus.
In the last 7 days, 4 cases were registered in Freiburg i.Breisgau, the 7-day incidence is currently 1,7 per 100,000 inhabitants.
This increases the total number of people who tested positive for Corona to 106,529, and a total of 324 people died here from or with Corona.
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Corona numbers: how accurate are the official statistics?
Experts suspect that there is a large number of undiscovered cases that are not recorded by the RKI. This is mainly due to the fact that not all infected people have a PCR test carried out and only positive PCR tests are included in the official statistics. In addition, late reports or transmission problems can lead to a distortion of the daily values, which limits the comparison of the data. There are also strong day-to-day fluctuations in reported new infections and deaths, with some states not reporting to the RKI over the weekend and post-reporting their cases later in the week.
Incidence history of the last 7 days in Freiburg i.Breisgau
Find out more about the course of incidence in your region here:
|Freiburg im Breisgau|
|Sunday, 05/28/2023||2 ↘️|
|Montag, 29.05.2023||2 ↔️|
|Tuesday, 05/30/2023||2 ↔️|
|Wednesday, 05/31/2023||2 ↔️|
|Thursday, 06/01/2023||3 ↗️|
|Freitag, 02.06.2023||2 ↘️|
Corona incidence by age group: Here the number of cases and incidence are highest in Freiburg i.Breisgau!
With regard to the weekly incidence in Freiburg i.Breisgau, several age groups show values in the same range.
Overall, the weekly incidence in Freiburg i.Breisgau is currently 3. A total of 6 new infections were last counted for the period of 7 days. The complete breakdown of incidences and new infections by age group in your district can be found in the following table:
Intensive care bed utilization for Freiburg i.Breisgau
Out of a total of 197 intensive care beds in Freiburg i.Breisgau are according to current data (01.06.2023 10:42 a.m.) 158 beds occupied and 39 beds free. 0.75% of the occupied intensive care beds are occupied by COVID patients. The site currently only has one COVID patient being treated in intensive care.
The most important Covid-19 numbers for Freiburg i.Breisgau today at a glance:
|Freiburg im Breisgau|
|total intensive care beds||197|
|Free intensive care beds||39|
|Occupied intensive care beds||158|
|Ventilated COVID patients||0|
|Tested positive total||106.529|
The corona situation in Baden-Württemberg (status: 06/02/2023 03:10 a.m.)
The is in Baden-Württemberg 7-day incidence today at 2,1 per 100,000 inhabitants. Compared to the previous day there 77 new infections and 5 new deaths.
1,300 people in Baden-Württemberg are currently considered to be infected. With 100 people, the total number of recovered people who have already recovered from the virus disease rose to 5,058,500.
An overview of the corona infection process in Germany
The total number of new infections with the corona virus in Germany reported by the Robert Koch Institute is currently 642 cases (Status: 06/02/2023 03:10). With 29 newly registered deaths The number of deaths in Germany increased in connection with the corona virus total to 174,352. Die 7-day incidence is currently per 100,000 inhabitants nationwide 3,1.
Coronavirus vaccination in Germany – vaccinated and vaccination rate according to the RKI
The vaccination rate for basic immunized people is currently in Germany 76,4 % of the total population, which corresponds to 63,563,065 people. According to the current status of data, 1 first vaccination and 7 second vaccinations were last administered in Germany, which means that the number of people who have received at least one vaccination have received, to 64,876,323, this corresponds 77.9% of the total population. All in all, Germany-wide 192,221,587 vaccine doses administered (sum of administered first and second vaccine doses).
Total number of people who have already been vaccinated (at least once) with the respective vaccine:
- Modern: 5,149,630
- Biontech: 46.634.282
- Astrazeneca: 9.278.866
- Janssen: 3.713.354
- Novavax: 73,717
Number of people who received their second vaccination of the respective vaccine:
- Modern: 6.382.161
- Biontech: 51.264.716
- Astrazeneca: 3.515.134
- Janssen: 12.497
- Novavax: 69,007
Compared to the previous day 176 booster vaccinations performed. Total have now 52,139,804 people received a first booster vaccination in Germany. The distribution among the individual vaccines is as follows:
- Biontech: 33.059.984
- Modern: 18.706.006
- Janssen: 21.140
Compared to the previous day 272 second boosters performed. Total have now 12,651,385 people received a second booster vaccination in Germany. The distribution among the individual vaccines is as follows:
- Biontech: 7.081.816
- Modern: 1,342,096
- Janssen: 11.612
Who is considered vaccinated, tested, recovered?
You are considered fully vaccinated if you meet any of the following sub-points:
- They have three vaccine doses received and there is at least three months between the second and third vaccination, or
- They have two vaccine doses received and have proof by means of PCR-Test for an additional illness with the coronavirus. If the illness occurred after the vaccinations, it must have been at least 28 days before, or
- You can specific positive antibody test show that meets the criteria of the Paul Ehrlich Institute and are then included two vaccine doses been vaccinated.
The Status “recovered” are given to people who have proof of recovery. This is a positive PCR or PoC-NAT test (quick PCR test) that was at least 28 days and no more than three months (90 days) ago.
If tested negative apply to people who can present proof of a negative corona test that is not older than 24 hours.
Historical development of the coronavirus variants in Germany and the world
We currently have no structured data for a detailed breakdown of the number of cases with regard to the individual coronavirus variants. However, the Robert Koch Institute always publishes one on Thursdays detailed weekly reportwhich also contains information about worrying Covid variants in Germany.
Alpha (B.1.1.7) was the first SARS-CoV-2 virus variant, which was first detected in December 2020 in Great Britain and quickly also in Germany. Also about the Covid variant Beta (B.1.351), first recorded in South Africa, was first reported in December 2020. Gamma (P.1) was discovered in Brazil and, like Beta, is not widespread in Germany. The coronavirus variant B.1.617.2 is classified as Delta designated. It was already detected in India in October 2020, but it is now from the Corona variant B.1.1.529 Omikron been completely ousted. Omicron was first detected in South Africa, was declared a virus variant of concern by the WHO in November 2021, and is now prevalent worldwide. Numerous sublineages are attributed to Omicron. In Germany, the dominant subline is BA.5, but it is becoming apparent that the subvariant BQ.1.1 will soon increase significantly and could replace BA.5. It is already on the rise worldwide.
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Notes and Sources
+++ If there are no new infections or deaths, it is possible that the district’s health authorities have not yet sent any current figures to the RKI. +++
+++ The number of people currently infected, as well as the number of newly and total recovered people per federal state is based on estimates that contain estimates rounded to 100 people, since the RKI is not informed of the recovery of every previously infected person. +++
+++ Sources are the state governments or the local authorities at district level or in the city districts. If you have any questions about the ordinances or decrees, please refer to the websites of your respective district or city administration or contact the relevant citizen contacts.+++
+++ Editorial note: This text was based on data from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) (time of the last RKI data update: 06/02/2023 03:10 a.m.) and the German Interdisciplinary Association for Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine (DIVI) (data status : 06/01/2023 10:42 a.m.) created automatically. Data on the vaccination process are also based on data from the RKI (data status: 08.04.2023 00:00). Data for determining the weekly incidence in the different age groups comes from calculations of RKI and DESTATIS data via github.com/semohr. In order to inform you as quickly as possible, these texts are automatically generated and randomly checked. If you have any comments or questions, please contact email@example.com. +++
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