As of Saturday, May 22, 2021, the federal emergency brake in Bonn will cease to apply, so that as of this date the regulations of the Corona Protection Ordinance of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia will apply, which stipulates a test that may not be older than 48 hours. This regulation will also apply analogously to municipal buildings.
In the Service Center (DLZ) in particular, appointments for subsequent customers can hardly be kept if a Corona test result still has to be obtained first. When the DLZ opens on Tuesday, May 25, 2021, a test no older than 48 hours will be sufficient there. Up to and including Friday, May 21, 2021, a test result must not be older than 24 hours. The service center is closed on Whit Monday.
When booking an appointment via the online portal, an automated email informs about the currently applicable regulations. When making an appointment by telephone, employees at the service center draw attention to the obligation to present a negative test result. An overview of where test centers are located in Bonn is available at .
Meanwhile, the corona incidence value for Bonn continues to fall. On Friday, May 21, 2021, it is 76.7 per 100,000 inhabitants. In the past seven days, 253 new infections have been reported to the health department.
553 people in Bonn are currently infected, 13,096 are considered recovered in the meantime. 238 people have died in connection with the coronavirus. Currently, 1463 people in Bonn are in quarantine.
There are currently 87 people from Bonn and the surrounding area in Bonn hospitals who have contracted Covid-19. 52 patients are being cared for in normal wards, 35 people are in intensive care units, 26 of whom require ventilation.
In the meantime, 158,059 initial vaccinations against the coronavirus have been carried out in Bonn, 45,305 people have also received the second vaccination.
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