The Robert Koch Institute reports two more corona deaths in Oberhausen on Christmas Day. The incidence value drops to 249.6.
On Christmas Day, the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) reports two more people who have died in connection with a coronavirus infection. Since the outbreak of the corona pandemic, 107 people have died from or with the dangerous virus in Oberhausen.
According to the RKI, the incidence value, i.e. the number of new infections in the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants, fell further on Friday and is now 249.6 (compared to 288.5 the previous day). On Wednesday the value was still at 328.8.
163 infected people are treated in hospitals
According to the Robert Koch Institute, 40 confirmed cases have been added. A total of 5025 people from Oberhausen have been infected since the beginning of the pandemic.
As the city of Oberhausen announced on Friday, 163 infected people are currently being treated in the hospitals. (In comparison: 183 the day before); 20 (19) of these people are receiving intensive medical treatment, 10 (10) of them are ventilated. According to the city, 1,035 people are currently infected. That is 34 people less than the day before. In the meantime, 3883 people have recovered.
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