Nationwide incidence climbs to 690.6 – Use of mask certificate from the Internet can be punishable
The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) gave the nationwide seven-day incidence on Tuesday morning as 687.7. The day before, the value of new infections per 100,000 inhabitants and week was 650.7 (previous week: 635.8; previous month: 257.6). However, the incidence does not provide a complete picture of the infection situation. Experts have been assuming for some time that there will be a large number of cases not recorded by the RKI, mainly because not all infected people have a PCR test done.
According to the RKI dashboard, there are currently 39 districts in Germany with an incidence value of over 1000. The sad leader of the list is the district of Plön in Schleswig-Holstein with a value of 1822.1. In contrast, the incidence in the Thuringian Saale-Orla district is lowest at 115.5 infections.
These are the ten districts with the highest incidence:
1. Plön district, Schleswig-Holstein – incidence: 1822.1
2. District of Coesfeld, North Rhine-Westphalia – Incidence: 1644.7
3. Rendsburg-Eckernförde district, Schleswig-Holstein – Incidence: 1622.1
4. Urban district of Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein – Incidence: 1606.2
5. District of Donau-Ries, Bavaria – Incidence: 1305.1
6. District of Neustadt adAisch-Bad Windsheim, Bavaria – Incidence: 1301.4
7. Verden district, Lower Saxony – Incidence: 1273.5
8. Stade district, Lower Saxony – Incidence: 1255.9
9. Grafschaft Bentheim district, Lower Saxony – Incidence: 1235.8
10. District of Rotenburg (Wümme), Lower Saxony – Incidence: 1217.1