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The pandemic at a glance

Current data on the coronavirus: graphs, maps, tables

Here we inform you daily about the current number of cases, vaccination rates and deaths in all countries and the spread of the corona virus in Germany.

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Germany: How many people are infected with the corona virus every day?

  • The blue curve of the cases The chart above shows the new Covid-19 cases reported per day according to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI). The line shows the average of the last seven days.
  • One click Intensive shows the curve with the number of coronally infected people treated in an intensive care unit according to the German Interdisciplinary Association for Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine (DIVI).
  • One click died shows the red curve with the number of deaths related to Covid-19.
  • click on zoom into have a broader view of current development.

Where do most people in Germany get infected?

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  • One of the decisive factors for the policy is the number of new infections from Sars-CoV-2 per 100,000 inhabitants in the last seven days (incidence over seven days). The particularly affected regions are in map highlighted with names.
  • Choose table view the districts and urban districts sorted by incidence and new cases. You can also search for a region there.
  • One click course shows the development of the incidence at seven days in all urban districts and districts.
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Covid-19: how the incidence changes according to the age group

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  • The graph above shows the number of Sars-CoV-2 infections per 100,000 inhabitants in various age groups.
  • Choose inside drop-down menu a calendar week to review the incidences during this period. Click the play buttonto play the animated progression.
  • The values ​​come from the Robert Koch Institute and are updated weekly.
  • Infections: How Does Reproduction Number R Progress?
  • With a reproductive number of one, on average, one person infects another. If the value is greater, the number of cases also increases. If it drops below one, fewer people get infected than those who recover or die.
  • Furthermore, the Robert Koch Institute specifies an estimation range in which R lies with a probability of 95%.
  • Unlike the new infections reported, the number of reproductions is not calculated on a daily basis, but with a delay of a few days. The R values ​​of individual days can also change later.
  • Uncheck the box zoom into see the history of breeding numbers since the start of the pandemic.

Corona test: How often are tests carried out in Germany?

  • The chart above shows the number of corona tests per week and the percentage of positive test results.
  • The data comes from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) and is updated weekly.
  • The data comes from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) and is updated weekly.

Corona pandemic: what about the health system?

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  • the map The above shows how much capacity the German districts and urban districts currently have available in their hospitals. The darker the red, the lower the percentage of free intensive care beds. The size of the circles shows the number of Covid 19 patients occupying an ICU bed.
  • click on tableto see ICU employment rates listed by region. In the initial state, the table is sorted according to the proportion of free beds. You can also sort by the number of Covid-19 ICU patients and search for a specific region.
  • the course shows the development of the number of Covid-19 ICU patients in total and with ventilation. Uncheck the box zoom into view a longer period of time. Check the box all patientsto see the total number of ICU patients and free beds.
  • The map is based on information from the German Interdisciplinary Association for Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine (DIVI), which updates the data daily.

Sars-CoV-2: how many people are vaccinated in Germany?

  • The view for vaccinated shows the percentage of the total population that has been vaccinated with at least one injection. click on fully vaccinatedto see the percentage of people who received the second dose. In the case of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, one dose is sufficient to be fully vaccinated.
  • The sight course shows the development of the number of vaccinated or fully vaccinated per 100 inhabitants in all countries with more than 5 million inhabitants. The source is the Our World in Data website. Values ​​for Germany come from the Robert Koch Institute.
  • The card for Germany shows the number of vaccinated or fully vaccinated per 100 population per federal state.
  • The view for the world shows the number of vaccinated or fully vaccinated per 100 population in countries with the highest vaccination coverage and coverage for the world as a whole. Only countries with more than 5 million inhabitants are included in the ranking.

Covid-19: how many vaccinations are given each day?

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  • The graph above shows the number of vaccinations administered daily in Germany.
  • The sight injections shows the number of first, second and third vaccinations. The red line shows the average of the total doses administered in the last seven days, the blue curve the corresponding value for the second vaccinations, the green curve the value for the first vaccinations and the yellow curve for the third vaccinations. The sight vaccines shows the number of vaccinations administered by the various vaccine manufacturers.
  • The sight All over the world shows the number of vaccine doses administered in the last seven days on average per day and per million population in countries.
  • The data for Germany comes from the Federal Ministry of Health. International data comes from the Our World in Data website.

Covid-19: how many infected people have a fatal course

  • The graph above shows the trend in the number of new infections detected (left scale) and the number of deaths related to Covid-19 (right scale).
  • Select another country in drop-down menuto examine the relationship between new infections and mortality there. click on zoom into view recent developments.

Mortality: what is the percentage of deaths related to Covid-19?

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  • The upper red curve in the graph above shows the development of the total number of deaths per week in Germany. The lower red curve shows the number of deaths related to Covid-19, which are also included in the upper curve. In the background, the curves for the years 2016 to 2019 are shown. The dashed line shows the average of these years.
  • Pick one federal state to review the trend in the number of deaths per week over the course of the year. click on Playto have the graphics updated over time.
  • The data comes from the Federal Statistical Office and is updated weekly.

Corona in the world: incidences for each country

  • the table above shows all the countries with more than five million inhabitants in the order of the number of people who tested positive for Sars-CoV-2 in the last seven days per 100,000 inhabitants (incidence over seven days). This value essentially depends on the scope of the tests in the respective country. The other column contains the total number of new cases in seven days. Click or tap a column header to sort the table by value in ascending or descending order. Enter a country in the search to see the corresponding values.
  • click on courseto see the evolution of the seven-day incidence in each country.
  • the map shows the number of new infections detected in the last seven days (circle size) and the same value per 100,000 inhabitants, i.e. the incidence at seven days (country color).
  • International data comes from Johns Hopkins University. Values ​​for Germany come from the Robert Koch Institute. Both institutions update their data on a daily basis.

Covid-19: where are the biggest deaths?

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  • The graph above shows in view seven days The average number of deaths per million population reported per day in each country in the world over the past week. The sight since the beginning of the pandemic shows the total number of deaths since spring 2020 per million population.
  • The timeline shows the above two values ​​for each day since the pandemic began. click on Beginto automatically play the development.
  • The list includes only the 25 countries with more than five million inhabitants and the highest death rates. Under the graph you can select all states including the small towns expand. The 25 country restriction can also be removed there by clicking show all countries.
  • International data comes from Johns Hopkins University and data for Germany from Robert Koch Institute. Both are updated daily.

Coronavirus: which continents are dying the most?

  • The graph shows the trend in the average number of people who died in the world in the last seven days a day and with Covid-19, divided by continent. The data comes from Johns Hopkins University and is updated daily.
  • Click in the graphic percentto see the proportions of the continents over time.

This article will be continuously updated. All statements without guarantee.

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