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13 people currently ill with Covid-19

At the Mühlenbach Dementia Centre, where four people tested positive for the coronavirus at the end of last week, the Health Department of the City of Bonn (as of Thursday, 9th July 2020, 12 noon) recorded a total of six positive coronavirus cases after evaluating the second series of tests.

Of three senior citizens who tested positive, one 92-year-old with multiple pre-existing conditions, who had to be transferred to hospital on 2 July, died on Wednesday, 8 July. Five residents are currently undergoing inpatient treatment in the hospital. Of these, three have tested negative several times, two were only admitted to hospital yesterday, the results are still pending.

The number of positive staff has remained at three. As a precautionary measure, the public health department has scheduled a third series of tests for residents and staff for 13 July 2020. All persons tested positive are in quarantine. The ban on visiting Mühlenbach Dementia Centre remains in force.

Currently 13 people in Bonn are ill with Covid-19. Since February 28, 2020, a total of 772 people have tested positive for the coronavirus. 9 people have died in connection with Covid-19, 750 people are healthy again. In the past 7 days 11 new infections have been registered in Bonn; this corresponds to 3.33 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants. With the emergency mechanism introduced by the federal and state governments against rising infection rates of 50 new cases per 100,000 inhabitants within seven days, the limit for the federal city of Bonn with more than 330,000 inhabitants is 165 cases.

In view of the increased number of new infections in the past few days, the city continues to appeal to its citizens to observe and comply with the applicable rules: Keep your distance and wear a mouth and nose protector when shopping and on buses and trains. The city ordinance service will continue to monitor compliance with the requirements of the current corona protection ordinance of the state.

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