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So far 7524 people vaccinated against the Corona virus

As of Wednesday, January 27, 2021, a total of 7524 people have been vaccinated against Corona virus in Bonn senior facilities and hospitals.

In 39 of 48 nursing facilities and five of seven day care sites, 5662 initial vaccinations (including 235 spontaneous vaccinations of emergency medical services personnel) have been administered and 691 secondary vaccinations (including six secondary vaccinations of emergency medical services personnel) have been administered. Currently, 4964 second vaccinations have been scheduled. Initial vaccinations have begun in all Bonn hospitals. So far, 1862 persons have been vaccinated, 950 of them at the University Hospital Bonn.

The Bonn Immunization Center at the World Conference Center Bonn, Platz der Vereinten Nationen, will go into operation on Monday, February 8. It will initially be open from 2 to 8 p.m. daily. The current plan is to operate four vaccination lines. The overload of the registration systems of the Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians of the North Rhine for the started statewide appointment allocation in the vaccination centers have led on 25 and 26 January to a significantly increased call volume on the municipal Corona hotline 0228 - 7175. The city advises that help with questions about Corona vaccinations is available by emailing fragen.impfenbonnde. It should be noted that vaccination appointments can not be made on the Corona hotline or e-mail address!

Vaccination appointments can be made online at  www.116117.de

Control of compulsory wearing of masks in buses and trains

Since Monday, January 25, at least one medical mask must be worn on public transport. Stadtordnungsdienst and Stadtwerke Bonn will jointly control the mask obligation in buses and trains on Friday, January 29, between 7 and 10 am. Medical masks are surgical masks, FFP2 masks or comparable masks such as KN95/N95.

Current figures

The corona incidence value for Bonn, based on 100,000 inhabitants, is 101.3 as of Wednesday, January 27. 334 new Covid-19 infections have been registered in the past seven days.

Since February 28, 2020, there have been a total of 8336 confirmed Covid 19 cases. While 412 people are currently infected, 7795 are considered recovered in the interim. 129 people have died in association with Corona virus. The last three deaths involve a 65-year-old and a 91-year-old woman and a 66-year-old man. The city does not know if there were any previous illnesses. 844 citizens of Bonn are currently in quarantine.

In the Bonn hospitals are currently 101 people from Bonn and the surrounding area, who are sick with Covid-19. 72 patients are being cared for in normal wards, 29 people are in intensive care units, 21 of whom require ventilation.

Where is help available in times of need?

As the Corona pandemic means great stress for many people, conflicts in the family or partnership may arise or existing difficulties may worsen. Help in times of need is available from numerous contact points to which the city administration draws attention. 

For example, the youth welfare service of the city of Bonn can be reached at 0228 - 77 55 22 if there is a risk to the welfare of children or child-related crises of any kind. Children and young people can also contact the "Nummer gegen Kummer" (number against grief) at 116111 anonymously and free of charge by phone, e-mail or chat from Monday to Saturday, 2 to 8 p.m.. Other contact points include the Bonn women's shelters at 0228 - 63 53 69 and 0228 - 23 24 34, the girls' emergency hotline at 0228 - 91 400 00 and the Bonn/Rhein-Sieg telephone counselling service at 0800 - 11 10 111 and 0800 - 11 102 22 (all staffed around the clock). 

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