Currently, 255 people are in quarantine. Since February 28, 2020, there have been a total of 14,530 positive Corona cases. 102 people are currently infected, 14,181 people are considered recovered in the meantime, and 247 people have died in connection with the corona virus. There is currently one positive case each in four schools and one daycare center.
As of Wednesday, June 23, 2021, the health department has registered a total of 3,834 cases of coronavirus mutations (alpha variant 3,760 times), gamma variant 2 times, beta variant 47 times, and delta variant 25 times) since January 28, 2021. With a total of 104 SARS-CoV-2 cases in the 23rd calendar week of June 7-13 and 74 new cases with virus variant in the same period, this represents a rate of 71.15 percent (alpha B.1.1.7 70 times, 67.31 percent, and delta variant B.1.617.2 4 times, 3.84 percent). Currently, there are 53 cases with the alpha variant and three cases with the delta variant in quarantine.
Mayor Dörner accompanied city order service
In the past seven days, the city order service and the GABI guard (Joint Contact Point Bonn-Innenstadt) wrote a total of 36 reports of violations of the Corona Protection Ordinance during inspections. Main controls took place regularly on the Frankenbadvorplatz, in the environment of the Poppelsdorfer castle, in the Poppelsdorfer avenue and at the banks of the Rhine.
Last Friday evening, June 18, Mayor Katja Dörner accompanied the city order service on its patrols until Saturday morning, 2 o'clock. Overall, it was quiet in the city on this warm summer evening. Numerous people enjoyed the beautiful weather outdoors; distances were observed and there was generally a relaxed atmosphere.
Only a large party with 250 to 300 young people on the Hofgartenwiese had to be broken up with the support of the police. The music from two mobile jukeboxes was too loud after 10 p.m., and distances were not observed.
Mayor Katja Dörner received interesting impressions of the evening and nighttime operations of the city's public order service. Since she also repeatedly receives tips and complaints from citizens about nocturnal disturbances of the peace, it was a particular concern for her to get a personal impression.
"My thanks go to all the officers for the work they do every day, and on weekends into the night," says Katja Dörner.
Masks for the needy
Newly added is the neighborhood center Brüser Berg, Fahrenheitstrasse 49, Phone 0228 - 29 80 96, . The masks are issued exclusively by telephone appointment contactless. The neighborhood center can be reached by phone: Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Also in the children's dressing room in the district office Medinghoven ("B7"), Briandstraße 7, Ursula Tubbesing, Phone 0173 - 80 02 18 1 there are now masks for those in need after making an appointment by telephone.
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