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Status: 02/23/2021 1:00 p.m.

 The  Corona crisis team is currently providing information about the current developments in the pandemic in Lower Saxony at the weekly Corona press conference. NDR.de broadcasts live at this point.

At the weekly press conference, Claudia Schröder, deputy head of the Corona crisis team, presents the current Corona numbers. Government spokeswoman Anke Pörksen sits at her side. After a downward trend that lasted for weeks, the seven-day incidence per 100,000 population rose last and is falling very little, if at all. This is also likely to be related to a large outbreak in the Osnabrück ice cream factory Froneri and increasing numbers of infections in a few counties.

How big is the proportion of mutations in Lower Saxony?

In this context, the crisis team may also return to the question of what role virus mutations are currently playing in Lower Saxony. According to a random sample, 40 percent of infections in the Hanover region are due to the British mutation B.1.1.7. © www.de24.news The  mutant also dominates the outbreak at the ice cream maker Froneri.

Again criticism of appointments for vaccinations

In addition, the press conference should also be about vaccination again. How fast are the counties making progress? When can the second priority group vaccinations begin? In the meantime, there is renewed criticism of the appointment allocation: © www.de24.news The  Nienburg district wants to inoculate thousands of AstraZeneca cans, but cannot give appointments to under 65-year-olds because the country’s hotline rejects all callers who are younger than 80 years old. In addition, some hospitals had recently suspended vaccinations with the AstraZeneca vaccine because several employees had called in sick after being vaccinated with flu-like symptoms.

Further information

Vials of a COVID-19 vaccine stand on a glass table.  © picture alliance / Geisler-Fotopress |  Dwi Anoraganingrum Photo: Geisler-Fotopress

© www.de24.news The  district wants to inoculate thousands of AstraZeneca cans, but cannot give appointments to people under 65. (02/22/2021) more

The ice cream factory "Froneri" can be seen behind a fence.  © picture alliance / Xinhua News Agency Photo: Michael Titgemeyer

If there were two known cases at the beginning of February, there are now 200 in the Osnabrück district. © www.de24.news The  authorities see a connection. (02/19/2021) more

Christian Drosten © picture alliance Foto: Christophe Gatea

© www.de24.news The  virologist says: Only if Germany also relies on the AstraZeneca funds can one get out of the pandemic early. (02/16/2021) more

Two symbolic representations of the coronavirus in different colors.  © imago images / Alexander Limbach Photo: Alexander Limbach

It is almost always the British variant. According to a random sample, the Hanover region is severely affected. (02/18/2021) more

A clinic employee draws a Covid-19 vaccine for a vaccination on a syringe.  © picture alliance / Sven Hoppe Photo: Sven Hoppe

Less vaccine will be deferred in the future. In addition, the registration procedure is to be changed. more

An employee of the Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe takes a smear from a woman for a corona test © picture alliance / dpa Photo: Moritz Frankenberg

© www.de24.news The  state health office has registered 339 new infections and 65 further deaths. more

Alena Buyx from the German Ethics Council speaks at a press conference.  © picture alliance / dpa Photo: Michael Kappeler

© www.de24.news The  decision is a departure from the principle of vaccinating the most vulnerable groups first, says Alena Buyx. More corona news in the live ticker. more

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