The incidence drops to 73, Ahauser (77) died

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The events and developments related to the coronavirus are sometimes overturning. Therefore we are currently reporting in this live blog.

You can read the events of the week from December 21st to December 27th here.

The most important things at a glance:

132 deaths in the Borken district

As of December 31, 12 midnight, the district of Borken reported a total of 6789 infections (previous day 6713) in the district of Borken

Healthy: 5887 people (5853)

Currently infected: 770 persons (728)

The “7-day incidence”, i.e. the number of new infections reported per 100,000 inhabitants in the last seven days, according to the district health office in the Borken district (as of December 31, 12 a.m.) 73 per 100,000 inhabitants. The previous reporting value was 102.1. The incidence value in the Borken district has thus fallen.
The reporting value of the Landeszentrum Gesundheit (LZG) for the district of Borken was 72.7 on Thursday (as of December 31, 12 a.m.).

Currently infected in cities:

Ahaus: 83 infections (78)
Heek: 10 (12)
Layers: 9 (10)
Stadtlohn: 45 (42)
Südlohn: 21 (20)
Value: 68 (64)

Important information about the numbers of the Borken district: These always report the status of the infections at midnight on the respective day. It cannot be ruled out that the previous day’s figures will still be statistically recorded.

Thursday, December 31st:

12 o’clock: While people are fighting their way through the lockdown as best they can, criminals have apparently also adjusted to the pandemic: On the phone they tried to sell an alleged package of vaccine to a city worker. For this she should pay 6000 euros. The police are warning of the new fraud.

10.15 a.m .: The district of Borken has now added some backgrounds to the pure statistics. There are details on the three new deaths related to the corona virus: A 77-year-old man from Ahaus, a 76-year-old man from Bocholt and an 82-year-old woman from Gronau died. In the statistics, these cases are assigned to the previous days.

The Borken district has no details on the situation in the hospitals today. The district also points out once again that there will be no new reports on the statistics due to the New Year’s Eve weekend on January 2nd and 3rd. Only in the case of special developments will the district report up-to-date on these days.



9.45 a.m .:
The district government of Münster reports the incidence figures for the districts and independent cities (as of December 31, 12 a.m.)

District of Borken 72.7 (101.3)
City of Bottrop 146.3 (165.0)
District of Coesfeld 96.6 (97.0)
City of Gelsenkirchen 147.1 (173.7)
City of Münster 89.8 (99.3)
District of Recklinghausen 147.7 (144.8)
District of Steinfurt 129.8 (114.7)
District of Warendorf 181.0 (169.9)

At the same time, the district government points out that the numbers may still contain late registrations and corrections, as some health departments only started late registrations for the holidays on Monday ( December 28).

Wednesday, December 30th:



5.30 p.m .: Hospitals and nursing homes in the Twente, Groningen and Gelderland areas can call on military aid from Wednesday ( December 30th). Around 1,000 military personnel can be deployed. There was a fire letter from the regions of Twente, Groningen and the north and east of Gelderland.

4.15 p.m.: The corona pandemic will be with us for some time. Vreden is looking ahead: no ventilation systems, no FFP2 masks for teachers, many students on the school buses. Although the administration is already doing a lot for corona protection, local politicians still see a need for action.

1.30 p.m.: All 33 primary school classes in Stadtlohn will be equipped with air purification devices that can filter coronaviruses out of the air. The city of Stadtlohn is spending a lot of money on this.



12.30 p.m .: As the Borken district announced on Wednesday afternoon, there have been four more deaths in connection with a coronavirus infection. A 78-year-old and an 83-year-old man from Stadtlohn, an 85-year-old man from Gronau and an 86-year-old woman from Bocholt died. District Administrator Dr. Kai Zwicker offers his heartfelt condolences.

Note: Two of these deaths were retrospectively assigned to previous days.

This means that 129 deaths have been recorded since the start of the corona pandemic. The total number of confirmed infections with the coronavirus in the Borken district is 6,703. Note: The data from the previous day have changed compared to yesterday’s dashboard report from the Borken district due to late reports.

14 Covid-19 patients in intensive care units in Westmünsterland

On December 30, the following information from the Westmünsterland Clinic for its hospital locations in Ahaus, Bocholt, Borken and Stadtlohn was available to the Borken district on the situation in the hospitals in the district that treat Covid-19 patients: 68 patients are currently being treated there , 10 of them are in the intensive care unit.

70 intensive care beds (55 beds currently in operation plus 15 switchable beds in the area of ​​intensive monitoring) are available in the area of ​​the Westmünsterland Clinic, 23 can be added in an emergency scenario.

19 patients, 4 of them in the intensive care unit, are currently being treated at the St. Antonius Hospital in Gronau. A total of 16 intensive care beds are available there, 7 can be added in an emergency scenario.

10 O `clock: The district government of Münster reports the incidence figures for the districts and urban districts (as of December 30, 12 a.m.)
District of Borken 101.3 (115.5)
City of Bottrop 165.0 (177.8)
District of Coesfeld 97.0 (104.3)
City of Gelsenkirchen 173.7 (195.3)
City of Münster 99.3 (100.9)
Recklinghausen district 144.8 (168.0)
District of Steinfurt 114.7 (113.3)
District of Warendorf 169.9 (159.8)

Tuesday, December 29th:

5.45 p.m .: The Westmünsterland Clinic with its Ahaus, Stadtlohn and Vreden locations expects losses of millions due to the corona crisis. The second rescue package does not work in these places, said the hospital association. Above all, it is about reduced income for every inpatient who could not be treated due to the corona.

17 o’clock: While the vaccinations against the coronavirus started on Sunday in the Borken district, people in the Netherlands will have to wait until next year. Meanwhile, with a high number of corona diseases, the pressure on hospitals and care centers increases. We have researched how the situation is in the neighboring regions.

3pm: The DRK’s corona rapid tests at Eppingschen Hof on December 23 and 24 were accepted by 157 people from Heek. All tests were negative.

12.45 p.m .: On December 29, the Borken district received the following information from the Westmünsterland Clinic for its hospital locations in Ahaus, Bocholt, Borken and Stadtlohn on the situation in the hospitals in the district that treat COVID-19 patients: 66 patients are currently being treated there , 11 of them are in intensive care.
70 intensive care beds (55 beds currently in operation plus 15 switchable beds in the area of ​​intensive monitoring) are available in the area of ​​the Westmünsterland Clinic, 23 can be added in an emergency scenario.
In the St. Antonius-Hospital Gronau 17 patients, 3 of them in the intensive care unit, are currently being treated. A total of 16 intensive care beds are available there, 7 can be added in an emergency scenario.

11.20 a.m .: It could have been the perfect year for the Stadtlohner athlete Steven Orlowski, but Corona thwarted his plans. His very personal review:

10.30 a.m .: The incidence figures (SARS-CoV-2 cases confirmed by laboratory technology per 100,000 inhabitants in the past seven days) remain at a high level overall for the districts and independent cities in the Münster administrative district. However, the numbers are officially falling. The (probable) reason: There was less testing over the holidays and not all health authorities have provided the current figures.

Monday, December 28th:

11 clock: The district government of Münster reported the following incidence values ​​on Monday, December 28th as of midnight:

7 o’clock: In the future, there should be no benefits for vaccinated people, so Spahn. That would mean compulsory vaccination and create too much inequality. The situation at a glance.



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