Ludwigslust-Parchim: District Administrator expects an incidence of 150 soon | – news


Status: 24.03.2021 4:42 p.m.

The Ludwigslust-Parchim district is expected to reach an incidence value of 150 by the weekend. The British mutation was detected in around 85 percent of the positive tests, according to District Administrator Stefan Sternberg (SPD).

According to information from District Administrator Sternberg in the district council, the proportion of the more contagious British mutants has increased significantly. For those affected and contact persons, three weeks of quarantine are actually necessary because experience shows that the mutation can be transmitted even longer than the original corona virus, according to Sternberg. From Monday onwards, only emergency care is likely to be possible again in the daycare centers. The students are then in the Easter break.

Vaccinations are to be promoted

For the days up to Easter Sunday, the district administrator announced more vaccinations: 11,300 appointments are to be allocated – also on weekends and on the Easter holidays. In the fight against pandemics, the district is increasingly relying on rapid tests, and there was also the possibility of doing so at the district council meeting on Tuesday evening. However, only 49 of the 70 MPs used this.

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