The city refrains from restrictions or closures in individual areas due to the Corona pandemic. In the opinion of the city's crisis management staff, such measures would create a displacement effect; even more people would then be out and about in the accessible areas. The city's public order service, which last weekend was able to observe in the Rheinaue and on the banks of the Rhine, among other places, that although it was crowded, people kept their distance, will continue to control popular excursion destinations.
Rules on playgrounds and sports fields
The city administration explicitly points out that masks are still mandatory on playgrounds. Only children up to school age are exempt. Particularly on open-air sports facilities, which have been reopened for individual sports by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia since February 22, attention must be paid to distances. There, sports are allowed alone, in pairs or exclusively with persons of one's own household (including sports training in individual lessons). A minimum distance of five meters must be maintained at all times between different persons or groups of persons practicing sports there at the same time.
As of Wednesday, February 24, 2021, a total of 19,130 persons have received initial vaccination against coronavirus in Bonn. 6,869 initial vaccinations were given in care facilities, 3,506 in hospitals, 4,174 at the University Hospital in Bonn, and 4581 at the Vaccination Center at WorldCCBonn. Of the 4581 vaccinations at the Vaccination Center, 3118 were given to seniors aged 80 and older, and the remaining 1463 were given to people working, for example, in outpatient care services, in day care facilities and residential communities, volunteering in hospices, in emergency services or medical facilities.
A total of 7,328 persons received the second vaccination, including 4,633 in nursing facilities, 1750 in hospitals, and 945 in university hospitals.
Incidence value is 72.8
In the past seven days - as of Wednesday, February 24, 2021 - 240 new infections have been registered in Bonn; this corresponds to an incidence value of 72.8 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants.
Since February 28, 2020, a total of 9,341 people have tested positive for coronavirus. 181 people have died in association with Covid-19. Meanwhile, 8,867 people have recovered and 293 are currently infected. 605 people are currently in quarantine.
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There are currently 72 people from Bonn and the surrounding area in Bonn hospitals who have contracted Covid-19. 47 patients are being cared for in normal wards, 25 people are in intensive care units, 20 of whom require ventilation.