Masks are mandatory when carrying and bringing children

According to the State Center for Health (LZG) NRW, the total number of confirmed cases of corona since the beginning of the epidemic is now 67,772 – 628 more than the day before. The facility in Bochum dated 598 new cases on Tuesday (see below: Delays in reporting and dispatch).

On Tuesday, the reported daily infection rate was 1080.3, on Wednesday a week ago it was 1336.9 and on Wednesday a month ago it was 1155.9. LZG estimates the number of people currently infected in the region at 11,600.

The DIVI register of the Paderborn region states that 57 of the 74 intensive care beds are occupied – 6 cases with corona, 5 of which are invasively ventilated (as of April 13, 2:30 pm, update hourly, adult intensive care units) . According to the province, a total of 66 coronavirus patients are currently being treated in hospital.

Since the beginning of the epidemic, there have been 216 deaths in the Paderborn region in connection with corona infection.

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fall values

The value of falling into North Rhine-Westphalia On April 13th at 944.9 (the day before) 970.2 and in Germany at 1044.7 (1087.2). A look at Paderborn Nearby areas Results in the following image according to LZG information: Gütersloh 1053.7 (1065.7) – Hochsauerlandkreis 1142.3 (1116.1) – Höxter 1023.4 (1074.2) – Lippe 961.8 (979.6) – Soest 839.5 (953.1).

The infection value is the sum of new coronavirus infections in the past seven days per 100,000 population.

Look at the age distribution

According to the LZG, the infection rate in the Paderborn region is as follows for different age groups (approximately; as of April 12, midnight)

0 to 4 years: 526

From 5 to 9 years: 961

10 to 14 years old: 1131

15 to 19 years old: 1330

20 to 24 years old: 1282

25 to 29 years old: 1295

30 to 34 years old: 1241

35 to 39 years old: 1231

40 to 44 years old: 1178

45 to 49 years old: 1046

50 to 54 years old: 984

55 to 59 years old: 968

60 to 64 years old: 805

65 to 69 years old: 558

70 to 74 years: 485

75 to 79 years old: 378

80 to 84 years old: 408

85 to 89 years old: 499

90+: 648

vaccinations

Vaccinations at the vaccination center in the region of Paderborn In the Salzer Hall in Salzkotten In cooperation with the German Red Cross:

  • The vaccination takes place on Mondays and Tuesdays from 9 am to 5 pm, and Wednesday to Friday from 12 pm to 8 pm.
  • The first vaccinations, the second vaccinations and booster vaccinations (the first and second vaccinations) are performed
  • From Monday to Thursday, everyone can automatically come and get vaccinated (during business hours)
  • For reasons of protection against infection, the FFP2 mask must be worn in the vaccination center
  • More information: kreis-paderborn.de/impfen

my knowledge

You can read all the developments related to the coronavirus at OWL Germany and around the world in the WESTFALEN-BLATTES news blog.

Information phone Paderborn District Health Offices can be reached Monday-Friday 9am-4pm and Saturday 12pm-4pm at phone number 05251/3083333. General questions about COVID-19, current quarantine and isolation rules, and coronavirus vaccinations will be answered.
www.kreis-paderborn.de/corona
www.kreis-paderborn.de/impfen
www.kreis-paderborn.de/ Schnelltest

Patients suspected of having coronavirus can contact an on-call service of the Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians, tel. 116117, outside GP clinic opening hours. In an emergency such as shortness of breath or severe pain in the heart or chest area, you should call the emergency number 112 immediately.

Information is available on the website www.corona-schutzimpfung.de, which contains nationwide information about vaccination Ready. The phone number 116117 answers questions about corona protection measures and vaccinations – free of charge, seven days a week, from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Here I inform Federal government About the Corona virus and vaccination against Corona, and here it is North Rhine-Westphalia: https://www.land.nrw/corona
(The Corona Protection Decree is in the valid version from April 3rd).

Background: case numbers

Keyword: reporting and sending delay

Since the occurrence of the official Corona of RKI for Paderborn area No longer reflecting the course of the infection, the district reporting procedure was changed to the LZG at the end of January. “With the current infection rate, we are no longer able to send all cases to the LZG with the reporting form. So we agreed to send only the number of cases first and then submit the registration forms after that,” said the head of the District Health Office, Dr. Konstanze Kunert on January 27. Cases go from LZG to RKI. The district administration’s report from February 3 said the Paderborn District Health Office was focusing “in light of the currently explosive numbers on its original mission, epidemic containment”. After the change in the reporting procedure, the infection rate rose sharply, once again reversing the infection process, according to the district.

The Landeszentrum Gesundheit (LZG) NRW explains the following about the reporting process on its website: “The status of the respective registration is displayed, which is determined by health authorities based on local reports in accordance with the requirements of the Infection Protection Act (IfSG) and forwarded to the LZG. The LZG, from On its part, it sends data to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) every evening during the evening, both of which provide an updated status once a day at the change of day.The multi-stage reporting process is laborious and time-consuming, especially in local health authorities, and is subject to continuous quality assurance.Therefore, often What happens is that the information at the local, state and federal level is not completely identical. In particular, it is possible that the information is already available on the site and has not yet been sent to the reporting system.”

Robert Koch Institute (RKI) on this: “For the total number of each state/federal territory, cases reported to health authorities in accordance with the Infection Protection Act, referred to RKI by midnight on the relevant day are used to display newly referred cases daily, Reporting date is used – the date on which the local health authority became aware of and electronically recorded the case.There may be a few days between notification by doctors and laboratories to the health authority and referral of cases to responsible government authorities and RKI pass (reporting and delaying transmission).Each day, New cases are transferred to RKI that were reported to the Ministry of Health on or before the same day. The cases are then shown in the graph of new COVID-19 cases/today on the date that was added to the respective date.” The exact time of infection in reported cases cannot usually be determined. Therefore, the date of notification of the Ministry of Health better reflects the time when the infection was discovered (the date of diagnosis) and therefore the current infection process. Due to the delay in reporting, the data for the last few days in the drawing is still incomplete and will be populated with data sent in the coming days.

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