49,709 corona cases were reported to the RKI yesterday.
That's nine percent less than a week ago.
For the 34th time in a row, there is a decline on a working day in the week-on-week comparison.
The downward trend in the number of cases is still intact.
The 7-day moving average falls to 28,812, the lowest since June 7th.
As in the past two weeks, the incidence is increasing slightly, presumably triggered by the late reports on Monday after the official registration strikes at the weekend.
The nationwide incidence increases from 215 to 219.
It is rising in 12 of the 16 federal states, only falling in Bavaria, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Rhineland-Palatinate.
In a week-on-week comparison, only Rhineland-Palatinate is still in the black.
Very high incidences become exceptions.
There is currently only one country in the world with more than 1000 registered cases per 100,000 inhabitants in 7 days - namely South Korea.
Apart from mini-states, only two others have an incidence of more than 500 – namely Japan and Taiwan.
The development is similar in Germany. None of the 412 urban and rural districts has had a four-digit incidence for two weeks.
And the number of districts with an incidence of over 500 is small – and continues to fall from eight to two within a week.
The Bavarian districts of Weißenburg-Gunzenhausen and Straubing-Bogen remain today.
In both districts, the comparatively high number of cases is associated with folk festivals that have recently taken place.
99 corona deaths were reported to the RKI yesterday, 20 fewer than a week ago.
Every day we hear the new Corona case numbers. But what do they mean, where are we in the pandemic and what is the trend? Olaf Gersemann explains and evaluates the current figures briefly and concisely - every morning anew.
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