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  • #91
    Coronavirus cases in Germany

    As of March 14, 2020, 8 pm

    4,525 confirmed

    46 recovered

    8 deaths
    Das Coronavirus breitet sich auf der Welt aus. T?glich steigt die Zahl der Infektionen – weltweit, in Europa und in den Bundesl?ndern in Deutschland. Schauen Sie sich hier die Echtzeit-Karte an.
    ?Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights ? that must be our call to arms"
    Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief The Lancet

    ~~~~ Twitter:@GertvanderHoek ~~~ GertvanderHoek@gmail.com ~~~

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    • #92
      https://www.teletrader.com/one-more-...=1584265686723
      Since yesterday, one person infected with coronavirus has died in Germany, bringing the total to 9.

      The number of all cases confirmed, including the 46 that have recovered, reached 4,585, according to official data from federal and lower-level authorities collected by Berliner Morgenpost. Yesterday, the Robert Koch Institute reported 3,062 registered cases across the country.

      Germany ranks sixth in the world and third in Europe in the number of known infections. North Rhine-Westphalia has by far the most cases, 1,636, followed by Baden-Wuerttemberg with 827. Bavaria has 681 registered cases. All deaths in the country happened in these three federal states. Capital city of Berlin decided earlier in the day to ban all gatherings of 50 or more people and close museums, brothels, swimming pools and gyms.
      ?The only security we have is our ability to adapt."

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      • #93
        RKI epidemiological reports are a day behind the news media, but give some detailed information: https://www.rki.de/DE/Content/InfAZ/...te/Gesamt.html

        Summary
        National (as of 14/03/2020, 3 pm)
         Since 09.03.2020, 8 deaths have been reported in Germany in connection with COVID19 diseases.
         Since 08.03.2020, 2 German tourists died of COVID-19 in Egypt.
         All 16 federal states are affected. Extensive contact tracing by the responsible health
        authorities is ongoing.
         Most federal states have announced school and daycare closures starting from the
        week of 22/03/2020.
        ...
        Among these cases, 1,936 are male (57%) and 1,476 female (43%). The age range is from 0 to 95 years, including
        31 children under the age of 5, 88 children aged 5-14 and 2,706 persons in the age groups 15 to 59 years and 525
        persons 60 years and older (see Figure 2). The age of 10 notified cases is unknown. The median age is 46 years.

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        Known dates of symptom onset ranged from 23/01/2020 through 13/03/2020. In 1.360 cases, onset of
        symptoms is unknown and therefore date of reporting is shown (see fig. 3).
        ...
        Further information
        The 8 COVID-19-related deaths reported in Germany since 09/03/2020 concerned 5 men and 3 women, all older
        than 65 years of age, from 3 states (Northrhine-Westfalia (5) Baden-Wurttemberg (3) and Bavaria (1).
        In addition, 2 German tourists died of COVID-19 in Egypt on 08/03/20202 and 11/03/2020.
        ...
        https://www.rki.de/DE/Content/InfAZ/...ublicationFile
        Twitter: @RonanKelly13
        The views expressed are mine alone and do not represent the views of my employer or any other person or organization.

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        • #94
          Coronavirus Disease 2019
          (COVID-19)
          Daily Situation Report of the Robert Koch Institute
          15/03/2020
          ...
          Summary
          National (as of 15/03/2020, 3 pm)
          In total, 4,838 COVID-19 cases and 12 (+4) deaths in connection with COVID-19 have
          been reported in Germany.

           In addition, 2 German tourists died of COVID-19 in Egypt.
           All 16 federal states are affected. Extensive contact tracing by the responsible health
          authorities is ongoing.
           Most federal states have announced school and daycare closures starting from the
          week of 16/03/2020.
           German borders with Austria, Denmark, France, Luxembourg and Switzerland will be
          closed starting from 16/03/2020.
          ...
          Case numbers
          With over 1,000 cases in Germany, the COVID-19 case numbers can no longer be manually updated and reported
          in a quality assured manner. Therefore, epidemiological evaluations in the COVID-19 situation report are based
          only on the electronically transmitted data available to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) at the time of the data
          closure. The number of cases notified in advance manually will be listed in addition to the electronically reported
          cases until 16/03/2020 (see Table 1), after which only the electronically transmitted cases will be shown.
          A total of 4,838 (+1,043) laboratory-confirmed cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) have been detected
          in Germany since 27/01/2020, of which 4,195 were electronically reported to and validated at the RKI. So far,
          12 (+4) deaths related to COVID-19 diseases were reported.
          Information on laboratory-confirmed cases
          So far, 4,195 cases in 16 federal states have been laboratory-confirmed (Table 1).
          ...
          The 12 COVID-19-related deaths reported in Germany since 09/03/2020 concerned 8 men and 4 women, all
          older than 65 years of age, from the 3 federal states Northrhine-Westfalia (5), Bavaria (4) and BadenWurttemberg (3). In addition, 2 German tourists died of COVID-19 in Egypt on 08/03/20202 and 11/03/2020.
          ...
          https://www.rki.de/DE/Content/InfAZ/...ublicationFile
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          The views expressed are mine alone and do not represent the views of my employer or any other person or organization.

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          • #95
            Case numbers in Germany

            As of March 16, 2020, 3:00 p.m. (updated online at 7:00 p.m.)

            By March 16, 2020, 6,012 laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases had become known in Germany, 1,174 more cases than the previous day. 5,433 COVID-19 cases were electronically transmitted to the RKI.

            The presentation of the transmitted COVID-19 cases in Germany by county and state can be found in the situation report.
            Baden-Wuerttemberg 1,105 (3) 1,062 (3)
            Bavaria 1,067 (5) 965 (4)
            Berlin 300 300
            Brandenburg 94 65
            Bremen 56 56
            Hamburg 260 255
            Hesse 342 241
            Mecklenburg-West Pomerania 51 36
            Lower Saxony 391 272
            North Rhine-Westphalia 1,541 (5) 1,541 (5) Heinsberg district
            Rhineland-Palatinate 325 325
            Saarland 85 32
            Saxony 140 103
            Saxony-Anhalt 77 40
            Schleswig-Holstein 123 104
            Thuringia 55 36
            total 6,012 (13) 5,433 (12)
            ?Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights ? that must be our call to arms"
            Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief The Lancet

            ~~~~ Twitter:@GertvanderHoek ~~~ GertvanderHoek@gmail.com ~~~

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            • #96
              Summary
              National (as of 16/03/2020, 3 pm)
               In total, 6,012 COVID-19 cases and 13 (+1) deaths in connection with COVID-19 have
              been reported in Germany.
               In addition, 2 German tourists died of COVID-19 in Egypt.
               All 16 federal states are affected. Extensive contact tracing by the responsible health
              authorities is ongoing.
               Most federal states have announced school and daycare closures starting from the
              week of 16/03/2020.
               Germany closed its borders with Austria, Denmark, France, Luxembourg and
              Switzerland.
              ...
              The 13 COVID-19-related deaths reported in Germany since 09/03/2020 concerned 8 men and 5 women, all
              older than 65 years of age, from the 3 federal states Northrhine-Westfalia (5), Bavaria (5) and BadenWurttemberg (3). In addition, 2 German tourists died of COVID-19 in Egypt on 08/03/20202 and 11/03/2020
              ...
              https://www.rki.de/DE/Content/InfAZ/...ublicationFile
              Twitter: @RonanKelly13
              The views expressed are mine alone and do not represent the views of my employer or any other person or organization.

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              • #97
                Total of 8,198 cases and 12 deaths

                https://www.rki.de/DE/Content/InfAZ/...C3.internet071

                These are government numbers.

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              • #98
                Indeed RKI March 17th report: https://www.rki.de/DE/Content/InfAZ/...ublicationFile has removed one fatality without explanation.

                Summary
                National (as of 17/03/2020, 11 pm)
                 As of March 17, the situation report will only report on laboratory-confirmed COVID19 cases, which were electronically transmitted to the RKI.
                 The risk assessment of COVID-19 by the Robert Koch Institute was changed to “high”.
                 In total, 7,156 COVID-19 cases and 12 deaths in connection with COVID-19 have been
                electronically reported in Germany.
                 In addition, 2 German tourists died of COVID-19 in Egypt.
                 All 16 federal states are affected. Extensive contact tracing by the responsible health
                authorities is ongoing.
                 Most federal states have announced school and daycare closures starting from the
                week of 16/03/2020.
                 As of March 16, Germany closed its borders with Austria, Denmark, France,
                Luxembourg and Switzerland.
                ...
                Further information
                The 12 COVID-19-related deaths reported in Germany since 09/03/2020 concerned 7 men and 5 women, from
                the 3 federal states Northrhine-Westfalia (6), Bavaria (4) and Baden-Wurttemberg (2). All deceased were older
                than 65 years of age; the mean age was 80 years and the medan age 82.5 years) In addition, 2 German tourists
                died of COVID-19 in Egypt on 08/03/20202 and 11/03/2020.
                Twitter: @RonanKelly13
                The views expressed are mine alone and do not represent the views of my employer or any other person or organization.

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                • #99
                  Germany: 27 deaths as per https://interaktiv.morgenpost.de/cor...lVJJvHfk9uS2rc

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                  • Updated at 10 am Germany time 3/19/2020

                    total 10,999 cases and 20 deaths

                    https://www.rki.de/DE/Content/InfAZ/...ml?nn=13490888


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                    media report at link in the above post says - (like in the US the central government numbers lag behind the provincial announcements):


                    13,632 cases and 33 deaths

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                    • Summary
                      National (as of 19/03/2020. 0:00 am)
                       As of March 17, the situation report will only report on laboratory-confirmed COVID19 cases electronically transmitted to the RKI.
                       The risk assessment of COVID-19 by the Robert Koch Institute was changed to “high”.
                       In total, 10.999 COVID-19 cases and 20 deaths due to COVID-19 have been
                      electronically reported in Germany.
                       All 16 federal states are affected. Extensive contact tracing by the responsible health
                      authorities is ongoing.
                       All federal states have implemented extensive measures to enforce social distancing as
                      well as school and daycare closures or suspension of compulsory school attendance
                      from the week of 16/03/2020.
                       As of March 16, Germany closed its borders with Austria, Denmark, France,
                      Luxembourg and Switzerland.
                      ...
                      10.999 laboratory-confirmed COVID-19-cases from all 16 federal states have been electronically reported to the Robert Koch Institute (see fig. 1).
                      Among these cases. 6.183 are male (56%) and 4.782 female (44%). The age range is from 0 to 98 years, including 87 children under the age of 5, 266 children aged 5 to 14 years, 8.790 persons aged 15 to 59 years and 1.800 persons 60 years and older (see Figure 2). The age of 56 notified cases is unknown. The median age is 47 years.

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                      Further information
                      The 20 COVID-19-related deaths reported in Germany since 09/03/2020 concerned 12 men and 8 women from
                      the 3 federal states Northrhine-Westfalia (6). Bavaria (8) and Baden-Wurttemberg (6). All the deceased were
                      older than 65 years of age; the mean and median age were both 81 years.
                      https://www.rki.de/DE/Content/InfAZ/...ublicationFile
                      Twitter: @RonanKelly13
                      The views expressed are mine alone and do not represent the views of my employer or any other person or organization.

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                      • Case numbers in Germany
                        As of March 21, 2020, 00:00 a.m. (updated online at 10:00 a.m.)

                        The COVID-19 dashboard (https://corona.rki.de) provides a detailed description of the transmitted COVID-19 cases in Germany by district and federal state .

                        Erratum zum Dashbord from March 21, 2020, 12:15 p.m .: The death in Saxony-Anhalt was incorrectly transmitted as deceased. The data will be corrected on March 22nd, 2020 00:00. The incorrectly transmitted death was initially listed in the table below and was then removed.

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                        Notes on recording and publishing COVID 19 case numbers:
                        In Germany, the approximately 400 health offices electronically transmit pseudonymized data on confirmed COVID-19 cases to the federal states at least once a day (in the current situation even more frequently) on the basis of the Infection Protection Act. They in turn transmit the data on the COVID-19 cases electronically to the RKI. Data reporting at 00:00 a.m.

                        The number of cases of sick and deceased are updated on the website after a short check once a day - in the morning each time.

                        On the other hand, the RKI publishes daily situation reports on COVID-19, which also contain case numbers: www.rki.de/covid-19-situationsbericht . The case numbers from the management report relate to the same data status, i.e. 00:00 each time.

                        There is a certain period of time between the becoming known of a case on site, the notification to the health authority, the entry of the data in the software, the transmission to the responsible state authority and from there to the RKI. According to the requirements in the Infection Protection Act, this can be two to three working days. In the current situation, the transmission is significantly faster than in routine operation because data is processed faster. The fact that some cases are electronically recorded in the health department with a delay is also due to the fact that the health authorities first have to carry out investigations into the individual cases and their contact persons and that priority must be given to infection protection measures, which is already taking up a lot of the resources of the health authorities. The data is also validated at the RKI, to publish reliable data. There may also be slight delays within this process.
                        https://www.rki.de/DE/Content/InfAZ/...ml?nn=13490888
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                        • Case numbers in Germany
                          As of March 22, 2020, 00:00 a.m. (updated online at 10:00 a.m.)

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                          • As of March 23, 2020, 00:00 a.m. (updated online at 09:00 a.m.)
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                            • Coronavirus latest: German death toll surpasses 100
                              Germany is assessing the damage that a shutdown of most public life could have in its economy. Meanwhile, there are mounting doubts about the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Follow DW for the latest.
                              ...
                              10:02 Germany is "seeing signs that the exponential growth curve is flattening off slightly," said Lothar Wieler, the head of the Robert Koch Institute.

                              However, the public health institute would only be able to definitively confirm the trend on Wednesday, Wieler said. He added that he was optimistic, and attributed the potential flattening to social distancing measures including school closures and bans on public gatherings.

                              Meanwhile the death toll in Germany rose to 111 on Monday morning, with the most populous State of North-Rhine Westphalia the most affected.
                              ...
                              https://www.dw.com/en/coronavirus-la...100/a-52882909
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