Magdeburg (dpa / sa) - The number of new corona infections per 100,000 inhabitants within seven days in Saxony-Anhalt is unchanged at around 90 and thus well above the national average.

According to the Ministry of Social Affairs, the so-called seven-day incidence on Sunday was 90.21.

On Saturday it had reached 94, the highest value since February 10th.

For a good ten days, the incidence has been around 90. According to the Robert Koch Institute, Saxony-Anhalt is one of the federal states with the highest number of infections after Thuringia.

The nationwide seven-day incidence is therefore 63.8.

From Saturday to Sunday, the Saxony-Anhalt Ministry of Social Affairs reported 247 new infections and 7 deaths in connection with the virus.

So so far 2,450 people in the country have died with or from Sars-CoV-2.

60 875 corona cases have been recorded in Saxony-Anhalt since the beginning of the pandemic.

Meanwhile, 77 intensive care and ventilation beds are occupied with Covid 19 patients.

48 of these patients are artificially ventilated.

These numbers are falling.


Since the vaccination started at the end of 2020, 97,384 people across the country have received the first injection, and 52,392 the second vaccination.

According to the ministry, 2,265 first vaccinations were reported on Saturday.

The nationwide rate for first vaccinations is 4.4 percent, and that for second vaccinations is just under 2.4 percent.

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