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For the first time since September – all Corona traffic lights on green

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On Friday, Berlin is the German metropolis with the lowest seven-day value with an incidence value of 16.6. The number of new infections is well below 100.

Such is the current corona situation in the capital.

For the first time since September: All corona traffic lights on green

Thanks to falling incidences and a general relaxation of the corona situation in the capital, all Berlin corona traffic lights are green. This was last the case on September 18, 2020.

Health Senator Dilek Kalayci praised the Berlin population in her tweet, but nevertheless urged further caution.

Friday 11th June: Corona value falls well below 20

The seven-day incidence in Berlin is 16.6 on Friday. This means that Berlin now has the lowest incidence of the four German cities with a population of over a million. The number of new infections is 88 and the number of reported deaths is four.

Since the pandemic began, 179,553 people in Berlin have tested positive for Covid-19. 3,517 of them died.

Thursday June 10th: Incidence drops towards the 20 mark

On Thursday, the corona incidence value in Berlin was 20.2. The Robert Koch Institute reports 122 new infections and one death related to Covid-19.

Wednesday June 9th: Incidence continues to decline

For the second day in a row, the Berlin seven-day incidence fell. It is 22.6 on Wednesday. 118 new infections and two deaths were registered.

Tuesday, June 8th: the incidence value drops

On Tuesday, the Robert Koch Institute reported an incidence value of 24.4 for the federal capital. In addition, 104 new infections and four deaths were registered.

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Since the beginning of the pandemic, 179,225 people have tested positive for Covid-19 in Berlin. 3,510 of them died.

Monday June 7th: Seven-day incidence remains constant

The corona incidence in Berlin remains unchanged at 26.5 on Monday. The Robert Koch Institute also reported seven new infections and one death on this day.

Sunday, June 6th: Incidence value increases minimally

The incidence value in Berlin has increased by 0.2 points and is now 26.5. The number of new infections reported is 27. There were no new deaths.

Saturday June 5: Four new deaths reported

On Saturday morning, the seven-day incidence in Berlin is 26.3. The number of new infections is 156. The Robert Koch Institute also reports four new deaths in connection with Covid-19.

Friday, June 4: incidence value below 30

The Robert Koch Institute reported a seven-day incidence of 28.7 for the state of Berlin on Friday. The number of new infections is 183 and three deaths have been recorded.

Thursday June 3: the incidence value drops to 31.4

For Berlin there is a seven-day incidence of 31.4 on Thursday. The number of new infections registered is 192. In addition, two deaths were reported.

Since the beginning of the corona pandemic, 178,748 people have tested positive for Covid-19. 3,499 of them died.

Wednesday June 2: incidence drops to 33.0

On Wednesday, the RKI reported an incidence of 33.0 for the state of Berlin. The value has fallen slightly compared to the previous day. There were also 196 new infections and twelve deaths reported.

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Tuesday, June 1st: Incidence value increases slightly

The Robert Koch Institute reported a slightly increased incidence of 33.6 in Berlin on Tuesday morning. In addition, 141 new infections were registered and four more deaths related to Covid-19.

Monday May 31: Second consecutive day with no deaths

On Monday, the incidence fell slightly again to 32.6. There were 18 registered new infections and no reported deaths related to the coronavirus.

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