Corona numbers and rules in the Hanover region up-to-date: RKI incidence and deaths today on October 22nd, 2021
Daily updated corona numbers and rules for the newest Hanover region: Here you can find out the latest RKI information on the coronavirus from 7-day incidence to intensive care bed occupancy as well as new infections and your region for today, October 22nd, 2021.
The current corona numbers for the Hanover region: 7-day incidence, new infections, facilities
For the Hanover region in Lower Saxony, compared to the previous day on Friday, October 22nd, 2021 04:03 a.m., the Robert Koch Institute 144 new infections and 3 new studies reported in connection with the corona virus.
In the last 7 days, 745 cases were registered in the Hanover region 7 day incidence is currently 64.5 per 100,000 inhabitants.
This increases the total number of people who tested positive for Corona to 58,687, a total of 1,099 people died here from or with Corona.
Incidence course for the last 6 days in the Hanover region
Find out more about the incidence trend in your region here:
|Saturday, October 16, 2021||52|
|Sunday, October 17th, 2021||61|
|Monday, October 18, 2021||51 ️|
|Tuesday, October 19, 2021||51 ️|
|Wednesday, October 20, 2021||53 ️|
|Thursday, October 21, 2021||63 ️|
Corona incidence by age group: Highest incidence between the ages of 5 and 14 in the Hanover region
With regard to the weekly incidence in the Hanover region, the group of children between 5 and 14 years of age has the highest incidence with a value of 96; the weekly number of cases is currently 100 new infections. The weekly incidence is currently lowest in the group of older adults between 60 and 79 years of age.
Overall, the weekly incidence in the Hanover region is currently 63. For the period of 7 days, a total of 730 new infections were recently counted, of which 266 of the cases were in the 35- to 59-year-old group. The complete breakdown of the incidences and new infections by age group in your district can be found in the following table:
Intensive bed utilization for the Hanover region
Out of a total of 409 intensive care beds In the Hanover region, according to the current data status (21.10.2021 12:15 p.m.) 376 beds occupied and 33 beds available. 8.51% of the occupied intensive care beds are occupied by COVID patients. The location currently records 32 COVID patientswho are receiving intensive care, of which are currently 25 cases ventilated.
The corona situation in Lower Saxony (as of 10/22/2021 4:03 a.m.)
In Lower Saxony is the 7 day incidence today at 56.5 per 100,000 inhabitants. Compared to the previous day there is 910 new infections and 10 new studies.
7,800 people are currently infected in Lower Saxony. With 600 people, the number of total recoveries rose to 299,000 people who have already recovered from the viral illness.
An overview of the infection process in Germany
The total number of new infections with the corona virus in Germany transmitted by the Robert Koch Institute 19,572 cases (Status: 10/22/2021 4:03 a.m.). With 116 newly registered universities in connection with the corona virus, the number of deceased in Germany increased a total of 94,991. die 7 day incidence is currently per 100,000 inhabitants nationwide 95.1.
Hanover region: These are the current corona rules
In the Hanover region there is currently Risk of infection level 4. Basically: distance + hygiene + mask in everyday life + corona warning app + ventilation. Vaccinated and convalescent: No compulsory test + no exit restrictions + no contact restrictions. These corona rules and regulations apply to your district:
On the subject Vaccinate gold aktuell: You can get more information about vaccinations against the corona virus via the nationwide hotline 116117.
For die Contact terms: In the Hanover region, the regulations of the Lower Saxony Corona Ordinance apply to a seven-day incidence of less than 50. In public areas, mask compulsory (surgical mask, FFP2, KN95 / N95) at certain locations. Hygiene concept required at work; Mask compulsory (surgical mask, FFP2, KN95 / N95) in certain situations; Avoidance of unnecessary contacts – further information on the Corona occupational health and safety ordinance.
In the Schools and daycare centers: Face-to-face teaching, compulsory test; Mask compulsory (if necessary surgical mask, FFP2, KN95 / N95) in buildings, in lessons from 3rd grade; Regular operation in daycare centers – further information.
fur Hospitals and nursing homes gold-plated: hospitals: visits subject to conditions; Mask compulsory inside (surgical mask, FFP2, KN95 / N95) for visitors Nursing institutions: visits subject to conditions; Mask compulsory inside (surgical mask, FFP2, KN95 / N95) and compulsory test for visitors; Appointment reservation required.
Private celebrations receive the following rule: subject to conditions of 25 people or more; Mask compulsory (surgical mask, FFP2, KN95 / N95) for 25 or more people inside.
public events under these provisions: subject to conditions, partly mask compulsory (surgical mask, FFP2, KN95 / N95), no access applies only to vaccinated and convalescent persons, partly compulsory test; Major events subject to conditions, mask compulsory (surgical mask, FFP2, KN95 / N95), no access applies only to vaccinated and convalescent people, test compulsory, alcohol consumption restricted.
fur Gatherings The following applies: Subject to conditions, some mask compulsory inside (surgical mask, FFP2, KN95 / N95).
In Restaurants gold-plated: opened under conditions; Mask compulsory in some cases (surgical mask, FFP2, KN95 / N95), not applicable if access only for vaccinated and convalescent people.
fur businesses The following rules apply: Open subject to conditions, mask compulsory (surgical mask, FFP2, KN95 / N95).
On the subject travel Please note: Avoidance of unnecessary travel to high-risk and virus variant areas is strongly recommended; Before entering from abroad: compulsory test from 12 years of age, before entering from a virus variant area also for vaccinated and convalescent people; after staying in a high-risk and virus variant area: digital entry registration and quarantine required, exceptions possible. – Further information on travel advice from the Federal Foreign Office on digital entry registration (DEA) Safe Travel – App from the Federal Foreign Office.
Applicable provisions in the area Culture: Cultural institutions open subject to conditions; Mask compulsory in some cases inside (surgical mask, FFP2, KN95 / N95), access is not applicable only for vaccinated and convalescent people.
The gold-plated in sport and freetime: Sports facilities and leisure facilities open subject to conditions, mask compulsory inside (surgical mask, FFP2, KN95 / N95), access only for vaccinated and convalescent patients is not applicable; Swimming pools open subject to conditions, mask compulsory inside (surgical mask, FFP2, KN95 / N95), no access applies only to vaccinated and convalescent people; Clubs and discos: subject to conditions; Compulsory test; Mask compulsory inside (surgical mask, FFP2, KN95 / N95), not applicable if access is only for vaccinated and convalescent people.
Body-hugging services requires the following regulations: Body-hugging services allowed; Mask compulsory (surgical mask, FFP2, KN95 / N95), no access applies only to vaccinated and convalescent people.
Fines currently: if the mask requirement is disregarded: 100 – 150 euros.
The current state ordinance of Lower Saxony applies from August 25, 2021 to November 10, 2021. You can find more information here.
Sources are the state governments or the limited authorities at the district level or in the city districts. If you have any questions about the ordinances or the dispositions, please refer to the website of your respective district or city administration or contact the relevant citizen contacts.
Coronavirus vaccination in Germany – Vaccinated persons and vaccination quota according to RKI
The vaccination rate for fully vaccinated people is currently in Germany 66% of the total population, that corresponds 54,896,523 people. According to current data, 44,836 first vaccinations and 77,369 second vaccinations were carried out in Germany on October 20th, 21st, which increases the number of people who have been vaccinated so far at least one vaccination have received, to 57,379,610, this corresponds to 69% of the total population. All in all, up to the present point in time, throughout Germany 110,432,440 vaccination doses carried out (total of first and second vaccination doses used).
Total number of people who have already been vaccinated (at least once) with the respective vaccine:
- Modern: 4,478,363
- Biontech: 40.385.220
- Astrazeneca: 9,241,659
- Janssen: 3,274,368
Number of people who have had their second vaccination of the respective vaccine or who have already achieved complete vaccination protection through a vaccination (Janssen):
- Modern: 5,212,353
- Biontech: 42,951,143
- Astrazeneca: 3,458,659
Compared to the previous day 69,532 booster vaccinations performed. overall have meanwhile 1,430,675 people receive a booster vaccination in Germany. The distribution to the individual vaccines is as follows:
- Biontech: 1,376,545
- Modern: 53,228
- Janssen: 792
The most important Covid-19 numbers for the Hanover region today at a glance:
|7 day incidence||64.5|
|Total intensive care beds||409|
|Free intensive care beds||33|
|Occupied intensive care beds||376|
|Ventilated COVID patients||25th|
|Tested positive overall||58,687|
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+++ The number of currently infected, as well as the number of new and total recoveries per federal state is based on estimates that contain estimates rounded to 100, since the RKI does not report the recovery of every infected person beforehand. +++
+++ Editorial note: This text was based on data from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) (time of the last RKI data update: 10/22/2021 04:03 AM) and the German Interdisciplinary Association for Intensive and Emergency Medicine (DIVI) (data status : 21.10.2021 12:15 p.m.) automatically created. Data on the vaccination process are also based on data from the RKI (data status: October 21, 2021 07:14 am). Data for determining the weekly incidence in the different age groups come from calculations from RKI and DESTATIS data via github.com/semohr. +++
+++Note on the corona rules: The source for the specified warning level is the data published by the Robert Koch Institute in the RKI dashboard. This applies to the corona index and corona case numbers specified in the map view of the warning app NINA. The dpa Deutsche Presse-Agentur GmbH Mittelweg 38, 20148 Hamburg provides the fixed regulations reproduced here on behalf of the BBK as soon as these have been officially announced in the form valid under the respective state law. The information given here is for guidance only. The limited regulations are legally binding. As these were determined by dpa or transmitted to dpa, they are linked in the text. Despite careful research, guarantee and liability can be assumed for the correctness, completeness and topicality of the summary. If you have any questions, please contact your local health administration. YOU can find this out at tools.rki.de/plztool by entering your place name or your zip code.+++
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