Coronavirus in Chemnitz: Incidence is falling slightly

Update, October 5th, 12.26 p.m.: Current figures from Chemnitz

The Robert Koch Institute reported a new corona case for Chemnitz on Tuesday. This means that there have been 17,655 corona cases in the city since the beginning of the crisis.

The 7-day incidence per 100,000 population is 43.8 (previous day: 48.3).

New corona regulations will come into force on Wednesday. Read >>> here more on this.

No further coronavirus-related death was recorded. A total of 547 people died of or with the virus in Chemnitz.

Update, October 5, 11:06 a.m.: DGB Saxony calls for a longer repayment period for corona loans

The German Trade Union Confederation (DGB) in Saxony has called for a swift reform of the debt brake. The “ludicrously short repayment period” must be extended to 50 years, stressed DGB boss Markus Schlimbach on Tuesday in Dresden. The list of households begins now. Anyone who postpones decisions on the debt brake is forcing the ministries to make austerity budgets in all areas. But Saxony needs a bold investment offensive to remedy the deficiencies in education, digitization, social security or the health system. At the same time, challenges such as the transformation of industry, climate protection, structural change and demographics have to be mastered.

Saxony had incurred debts for the first time since 2006 in the previous year. The state parliament authorized the government to take out loans of up to six billion euros to cope with the consequences of the pandemic. According to the legal requirements in the constitution, these loans must be repaid in just eight years. After two grace-free years, the first tranche is due in 2023 – almost 300 million euros. The coalition partners Greens and SPD, like the Left, are in favor of increasing the repayment period to up to 30 years. To do this, however, the constitution would have to be changed, which would require a two-thirds majority.

Update, October 4th, 3 p.m.: Chemnitz Zoo closes animal houses

On Monday, the seven-day incidence of 35 in Chemnitz was exceeded for the fifth day in a row. The corresponding regulations of the Saxon Corona Protection Ordinance will come into force on Wednesday, October 6th.

For this reason, the animal houses in the zoo will close on Wednesday. They reopen if the incidence is below 35 for five consecutive days.

The zoo remains open as usual.

Update, October 4th, 11.15 a.m.: Four Saxon districts are above an incidence value of 100

In Saxony, more and more districts are reaching a corona incidence value of more than 100. According to the Robert Koch Institute, on Monday these were the regions Central Saxony (116.4), Ore Mountains (110.6), Saxon Switzerland-Eastern Ore Mountains (105.8) ) and Bautzen (103.7). The lowest values ​​were recorded in northern Saxony (33.4) and the Vogtland (38.0).

The RKI gave the seven-day incidence for all of Saxony on Monday as 71.0. The Free State is thus above the national average (64.7). The value indicates how many people per 100,000 inhabitants were infected in a week. The highest value was recorded on Monday in Bremen with 113.4, the lowest in Schleswig-Holstein with 28.7.

The number of detected new infections with the corona virus increased in Saxony by 136 within 24 hours on Monday. At the weekend there were almost 1,000 new cases. This means that 298,830 people have been proven to have been infected with the corona virus in the Free State since the start of the pandemic in March 2020. A total of 10,229 people have died in Saxony in connection with the virus.

Update, October 4, 6:03 a.m.: Current figures from Chemnitz

The Robert Koch Institute reports three new corona cases for Chemnitz on Monday. There have been 17,654 corona cases in the city since the beginning of the crisis.

The 7-day incidence per 100,000 population is 48.3 (previous day: 52.0).

Chemniz is the fifth day above the incidence of 35. This means that new corona regulations come into force after two more days. Read >>> here more on this.

No further coronavirus-related death was recorded. A total of 547 people died of or with the virus in Chemnitz.

Update, October 3, 10:36 a.m.: 981 new corona cases reported in Saxony over the weekend

Almost 1000 new corona infections were reported in Saxony over the weekend. On Saturday there were 504, on Sunday 477. According to the Robert Koch Institute, there were also eight deaths on Saturday, and no further deaths were found by Sunday. Since the pandemic began in March 2020, 298,694 people in the Free State have been proven to have been infected with the corona virus. A total of 10,229 deaths are to be mourned.

Within a week, the seven-day incidence on Sunday rose from 40.8 to 68.9. The value indicates how many people per 100,000 inhabitants have been proven to have been infected in one week. Saxony was in the middle of the field nationwide with the incidence on Sunday. Bremen had the highest value with 115.1, Schleswig-Holstein the lowest with 28.1. The national German average was 64.2.

The situation in Saxony is very different from region to region. Three districts have a value of over 100: Central Saxony (111.1), Saxon Switzerland-Eastern Ore Mountains (105.8) and Ore Mountains (104.8). The lowest values ​​are recorded in northern Saxony (30.9) and the Vogtlandkreis (39.3). Of the large cities, Dresden (70.3) has the highest value, followed by Chemnitz (52.0) and Leipzig (43.8).

Update, October 3, 7 a.m.: Current figures from Chemnitz

The Robert Koch Institute reported 23 new corona cases for Chemnitz on Sunday. This means that there have been 17,651 corona cases in the city since the beginning of the crisis.

The 7-day incidence per 100,000 population is 52.0 (previous day: 46.6).

Chemniz is the fourth day above the incidence of 35. If it stays that way tomorrow, new corona regulations will come into force after two more days.

No further coronavirus-related death was recorded. A total of 547 people died of or with the virus in Chemnitz.

Update, October 2, 12:57 p.m.: 504 new corona cases registered in Saxony and eight people died

In Saxony, 504 new corona infections were detected within one day. According to the Robert Koch Institute on Saturday, there were also eight deaths. Since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020, 298,217 people in the Free State have been proven to have been infected with the corona virus. A total of 10,229 deaths are to be mourned.

Within a week, the seven-day incidence rose from 38.9 to 62.2. The value indicates how many people per 100,000 inhabitants have been proven to have been infected in one week. Saxony was in the middle of the field nationwide with the incidence on Saturday. Bremen had the highest value with 114.4, Schleswig-Holstein the lowest with 28.7. The national German average was 64.4.

The situation in Saxony is very different from region to region. In the Erzgebirge the incidence is now 104.5, in Central Saxony it is 96.2. The lowest values ​​are recorded in northern Saxony (27.3) and the Vogtlandkreis (36.2). Of the large cities, Dresden (61.7) has the highest value, followed by Chemnitz (46.6) and Leipzig (40.0).

Update, October 2, 7:05 a.m.: Current figures from Chemnitz

That The Robert Koch Institute reports 25 new corona cases for Chemnitz on Saturday. This means that there have been 17,628 corona cases in the city since the beginning of the crisis.

The 7-day incidence per 100,000 population is 46.6 (previous day: 39.7).

No further coronavirus-related death was recorded. A total of 547 people died of or with the virus in Chemnitz.

Update, October 1, 6:05 a.m.: Current figures from Chemnitz

The Robert Koch Institute reported 23 new corona cases for Chemnitz on Friday. This means that there have been 17,603 corona cases in the city since the beginning of the crisis.

The 7-day incidence per 100,000 population is 39.7 (previous day: 35.2).

No further coronavirus-related death was recorded. A total of 547 people died of or with the virus in Chemnitz.

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