The general incidence of COVID-19 in the last seven days in Germany on this Sunday was 35.2 cases, which is a new decrease from the previous day (37.5 cases), and all German states are already below the alarm limit of this section , founded in 50 cases, as reported this Sunday by the Robert Koch Institute (RKI).
A week ago, according to the RKI, the official authority responsible for controlling and monitoring the pandemic, this value was 64.5 cases. The state hardest hit by the incidence is Thuringia, which registered an incidence of 47.5 cases this Sunday, which is below the limit mentioned above.
The government agency has reported 3,852 new infections and 56 deaths related to the coronavirus in the past 24 hours. A week ago there were 6,714 new infections and 82 deaths.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, the RKI has recorded 3,679,148 infections. However, the actual total is likely to be significantly higher as many infections go undetected.
The number of people who have died from or are related to a confirmed infection is now 88,406, while the number of people recovered is around 3,478,600.
In addition, the institute has indicated that the 7-day reproductive rate R on Saturday afternoon was 0.75, slightly higher than the previous record (0.72). This means that an average of 100 infected people will infect an additional 75 people.