Coronavirus pandemic: ++ seven-day incidence rises to 100 ++


Status: 23.10.2021 4:52 a.m.

According to the RKI, the nationwide seven-day incidence has risen to 100. In the morning, 15,145 new infections were reported. Austria announces a possible lockdown for unvaccinated people. All developments in the live blog.

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RKI reports 15,145 new infections – the incidence rises to 100

The Robert Koch Institute reports 15,145 new infections within one day. That is 4,196 more cases than 10,949 were reported on Saturday a week ago. The seven-day incidence increases to 100.0 from 95.1 the previous day. The value indicates how many people per 100,000 inhabitants have been infected with the corona virus in the past seven days. 86 other people died related to the virus. This increases the number of reported deaths to 95,077 within 24 hours. In total, more than 4.45 million corona tests have so far been positive in Germany.

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Austria announces possible lockdown for unvaccinated people

The Austrian government has decided to tighten the corona measures for unvaccinated people. If more than 600 intensive care beds are occupied by corona patients, exit restrictions for people without vaccination protection will be introduced in the future, as the government announced in the evening, according to the APA news agency. They are then only allowed to leave their apartments in exceptional cases. According to the information, all who cannot be vaccinated, such as children under twelve years of age, are excluded from this. “We are about to stumble into a pandemic of the unvaccinated,” said Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg, according to the APA. This must be prevented. The Chancellor ruled out a new lockdown for those vaccinated and recovered.

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