Since the start of vaccinations against the coronavirus on December 27, 2020, a total of 803,252 injections have been given in the Munich district. This emerges from the current statistics from the district office (effective date: Thursday, May 19, 9:30 a.m.). 279,033 people then received their first vaccination – either at one of the four and now only three vaccination stations in the district, at a mobile vaccination campaign or in a doctor’s office. A vaccination rate can only be calculated to a limited extent from this number, since the vaccinations are not linked to the place of residence. Among those vaccinated are therefore also people who do not live in the district; Conversely, residents of the district have been vaccinated elsewhere, for example in Munich. Arithmetically, the vaccination rate would be 77.5 percent.
267,389 people are fully immunized. 235,127 received booster vaccinations, and another 21,703 received the second booster vaccination, which is primarily intended for people over the age of 70, residents of care facilities and people with pre-existing conditions.
Figures from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) show that the pandemic will never be over. It recorded 1594 new infections in the district of Munich for the past seven days – these are only the laboratory-proven cases. This puts the seven-day incidence in the district at 455.8. Germany-wide it is currently 383.2. Three deaths were only announced on Wednesday: A woman and two men between the ages of 70 and 80 died in hospitals.