Monday 30th November 2020
In order to get back into a manageable situation, the numbers would have to drop significantly: As a red line of new infections per week and per 100,000 inhabitants, Berlin has set itself a mark of 30, which corresponds to around 1,130 cases per week, according to Kalayci.
About the development in the districts, the senator said that Spandau now has a very high number of cases. “The higher the density, the closer the living conditions, the higher the incidence,” said the Senator. There is a study by her authority on the connection between the dynamics of infections and the population density, the results of which will be presented shortly. Initially, inner-city districts such as Mitte, Neukölln and Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg were particularly affected.