On Sundays and Mondays, the number of new infections reported is usually lower than on other days of the week, partly because fewer tests are carried out on weekends. According to the authorities, a total of 59,990 people in the Hanseatic city have tested positive for the corona virus since the beginning of the pandemic. According to estimates by the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), around 52,500 of these can now be regarded as recovered.
Incidence value rises to 148.4
The number of new infections per 100,000 inhabitants in the past seven days has risen further and is now 148.4 according to the social welfare authority. According to information on Friday, 274 corona patients are being treated in Hamburg’s hospitals, 86 of whom are in intensive care units. According to the RKI, 1,372 people have died in connection with Covid 19 in the Hanseatic city since the beginning of the pandemic. No further death was recorded within one day.
Telephone hotline for questions about the coronavirus
General questions about the coronavirus are answered on the telephone hotline 040/428 284 000. If flu-like symptoms occur in connection with contact with sick people, the family doctor or the doctor on 116117 should be contacted by phone.