The incidence of infection continues to be distributed throughout the city. For the most part, it takes place in the domestic-family sphere. In most cases, the delta variant infects all members of a household. Currently, there are two outbreaks at schools and one outbreak at a senior facility.
In the past seven days, 517 laboratory-confirmed new infections have been reported. Currently, the health department is registering 698 Covid 19 cases. 1301 people are in quarantine.
As of Wednesday, September 15, 58 people from Bonn and the surrounding area who have contracted Covid-19 are in Bonn hospitals. 30 people are being cared for in normal wards, 28 are in intensive care units, and 19 of them have to be ventilated.
In Bonn, 254,735 first vaccinations, 243,077 second vaccinations, and 837 third vaccinations (in senior facilities) have taken place to date. Through on-site mobile vaccination services, the city has provided a total of 5829 vaccinations. On Tuesday, September 14 alone, 512 people received a prick in the upper arm during the vaccination campaign at the Bonn Opera House - an all-time high!
According to the decree of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, pregnant women who have not been vaccinated or have been incompletely vaccinated (from the second trimester of pregnancy) and breastfeeding women who have not been vaccinated or have been incompletely vaccinated can now receive two doses of mRNA vaccine against Corona at the vaccination offers on site.
The next dates of open vaccination events, where no appointment is needed, are:
- Friday, Sept. 17, vaccination bus at the forecourt of the Frankenbad in the old town, 5 to 9 p.m.
- Saturday, Sept. 18, vaccination bus at the flea market in Rheinaue, Herbert-Wehner-Platz, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
In addition, initial vaccinations at the vocational colleges and second vaccinations of students aged 12 and older at the secondary schools are currently taking place on site with mobile teams.
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