This is the pandemic situation in the area of the Roth-Schwabach health department –
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The corona numbers in the Roth district at a glance
In the district of Roth are in total 4496 (plus 33) District citizens have tested positive for Corona. Cases in the last seven days: 217 (plus 33). The 7-day incidence rose again significantly, from 162.5 171,2. (As of: 03/27/2021, midnight, source: Robert Koch Institute). Unchanged 161 People have died in connection with the virus.
Schwabach’s corona numbers at a glance
In the city of Schwabach the total cases amount to 1718 (plus 8). 100 (no change) People have died associated with the virus. The 7-day incidence has risen again and is still above the 100 mark: from 104.9 to 114,7. Cases in the last seven days: 47.
This means: The daycare centers in Schwabach will also be closed again from Monday, March 29th. Emergency care is still possible. (As of: 03/27/2021, midnight, source: Robert Koch Institute).
Note: With the 9th Infection Protection Measures Ordinance of the Free State of Bavaria, the figures from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) are now decisive. So far, the figures from the Bavarian State Office for Health and Food Safety (LGL) have been the basis of the resolutions.
The corona numbers of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) can differ from those of the State Office for Food Safety and Health (LGL) and the Roth Health Office. Nevertheless, each number is correct for itself. The difference is: The RKI updates its data daily at 00:00 a.m., the LGL daily at 8:00 a.m. and the Roth Health Office daily at 11:00 a.m.
Testing in the parking lot
In the district of Roth and Schwabach you can access the test station in Roth at the P + R car park “Steinerne Eiche” Get virus tested. You can do that here Sign in. Testing takes place there from Monday to Saturday between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.
In Schwabach there is also a quick test track in the Markgrafensaal. Since Thursday, March 18, it has been open daily from 12 noon to 6 p.m. and on Sundays and public holidays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for people who live or work in Schwabach.
Photo: Isabel-Marie Köppel
The following map shows you the incidence values in Bavaria according to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI). You can find Germany-wide and worldwide statistics by simply clicking through the following graphics at the bottom left or right.
The background to the figures published by the Robert Koch Institute can be found here.