212 people have died in connection with coronavirus. The most recent death was a 93-year-old woman. The health department does not know if there were any pre-existing conditions. Since Feb. 28, 2020, there have been a total of 11,017 confirmed infections. 10,038 people have since recovered, 767 acutely infected. 2036 citizens of Bonn are currently in quarantine.
As of Wednesday, April 7, the health department has registered a total of 1,168 cases of coronavirus mutations (1139 times the British variant, 2 times the Brazilian variant, and 27 times the South African variant) since January 28, 2021. From March 29 to April 4, there were a total of 392 new SARS-CoV-2 cases, 242 of which had viral variants; this represents a rate of 63.77 percent (British variant 61.73 percent, South African variant 2.04 percent). Currently, there are 428 cases with the British variant and 17 cases with the South African variant in quarantine.
In the meantime, 60,781 first vaccinations have been carried out in Bonn, 34,668 of them in the Vaccination Center at the WorldCCBonn. 22,292 people have already received their second vaccination, 8,365 of them at the Vaccination Center.
Negative test and ID obligation
The city administration draws attention to the fact that on April 6, the country supplemented the current Corona Protection Ordinance. According to this, people who want to buy, for example, with appointment (click & meet), must present not only a daily negative rapid or self-test, the result of which has been confirmed in writing or digitally by an official testing center, but also an official identification document, for example, the identity card. This also applies to persons who have already been vaccinated against the coronavirus or have survived a Covid 19 infection.
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