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Coronavirus: 38 people in Bonn currently tested positive

38 people in Bonn are currently tested positive for the coronavirus (as of September 10, 2020). Since February 28, 2020 a total of 1077 people have tested positive for the coronavirus. Nine people have died in connection with Covid-19, 1030 people have recovered.

In the past seven days, 40 new infections have been registered in Bonn; this corresponds to 12.12 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants. With the emergency mechanism introduced by the federal and state governments against rising infection rates of 35 new cases per 100,000 inhabitants within seven days, the limit for the federal city of Bonn with more than 330,000 inhabitants is 116 cases.

Currently there is one person each who has tested positive at the Liebfrauenschule, Abendrealschule, Jahnschule, Clara-Schumann-Gymnasium, Marie-Kahle-Gesamtschule, Heinrich-Hertz-Kolleg, Ludwig-Erhard-Berufskolleg and Kardinal-Frings-Gymnasium, at the Matthias-Claudius-Schule two persons tested positive, at the Beethoven-Gymnasium three persons tested positive and at the Elisabeth-Selbert-Gesamtschule four persons tested positive. The Health Department is in close contact with the school administrators and has identified or is identifying the first degree contact persons.

In the past few days, the city administration had not published any information on affected daycare centers, schools and other facilities, as it was checking within the administration whether the facilities could be named with regard to data protection. The city administration has come to the conclusion that the naming of facilities is permissible, as long as no personal reference can be made.

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