German health authorities reported 4,209 new coronavirus infections in 24 hours, the lowest daily level since March 2, and almost 2,000 less than a week ago, according to data released today by the Robert Institute Koch (RKI) for virology.
The incidence continues to decline and stands at 79 new coronavirus infections per 100,000 inhabitants, compared to 83.1 yesterday and 115.4 last Tuesday.
The maximum number of infections was registered on December 18 with 33,777 new infections in one day and the number of deaths on January 14, with 1,244, while the incidence reached its peak on December 22 with 197.6.
The weekly reproduction factor is 0.77, which means that every 100 infected infects an average of 77 other people.
Germany has accumulated 3,603,055 positives and 86,381 deaths with or from covid-19 since the beginning of the pandemic.
On Monday, 4,015 patients with covid-19 were admitted to intensive care units -which means 108 fewer in one day-, and of them 2,492 -62% and 34 less compared to Sunday- are on assisted respiration, according to the registry of the German Interdisciplinary Association for Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine (DIVI).
In one day, the ucis received 233 new patients with covid-19 and 111 of those admitted died.
As of Sunday, 9,332,160 people, 11.2% of the population, and 30,790,970 (37%), the first dose, had received the full schedule of the vaccine.
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