January 18, 2022

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Corona virus live ticker: +++ 05:49 Holetschek: Mandatory vaccination without restrictions “toothless tiger” +++

Bavaria’s Minister of Health Klaus Holtzek (CSU) is adamant in his efforts to allow non-vaccinated people with high health insurance contributions to pay for Covit-19 treatment. “Unity is not a one-way street,” says Holetzek, considering the costs incurred by legal health insurance companies in treating non-vaccinated Govt-19 patients. It is also a matter of exploring the mandatory vaccine and with what restrictions it can be implemented. “Mandatory vaccination without restrictions is a toothless tiger.”

+++ 05:09 RKI reports 21,080 new infections, events 215.6 +++
Health officials have reported 21,080 new infections at the Robert Koch Institute (RKI). This is 2348 cases less than last Tuesday. The nationwide seven-day event fell to 215.6 from 222.7 the previous day. Another 372 people have died from the virus. RKI points out that fewer trials are carried out during the holidays and at the beginning of the year, so fewer cases are reported.

Note: RKI figures generally deviate slightly from case data ntv.de Daily evening reports. The ntv.de database directly accesses federal statistics published by local ministries and authorities. RKI, on the other hand, is bound by legally recommended reporting channels, which can lead to delays.

In addition, the respective daily values ​​map the different recording periods: ntv rating collects country information published within the evening and uses it to calculate the daily status of reported cases, which are usually released from 8 pm. RKI’s registration system, on the other hand, takes into account incoming reports until midnight, and the current data level will be announced the next morning.

+++ 04:40 Communication restrictions are in effect +++
As of today, the communication restrictions recently decided by the central and state governments apply throughout Germany. Inside and out, only ten vaccinators and healers are allowed to be together. With those who have not been vaccinated, members of one household will be allowed to meet only the other two. Clubs and discos will be closed. The 2G or 2G Plus rule still applies to leisure, culture and retail. Shops for everyday needs are excluded. In some countries, stricter corona rules are already in place.

+++ 03:48 Patient Safety: The Bundestock Trajectory should be regulated +++
Patients’ advocates believe that bandet stock should have restrictions on the so-called trajectory in the treatment of patients with Govit-19 disease. Eugen Bryce, a German newspaper, says the board of directors of the German Foundation for the Care of the Patient “is only democratically legitimized by members of the Bundestock to make such a decision.” The key question is whether anyone will be taken out of the ventilator. The rules should be the same in all hospitals, says Bryce. “And the pundit stock will decide it more than the economists.”

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+++ 03:04 Teachers’ Union calls for school lockout products +++
In view of the increasing incidence of severe coronavirus among children in the United States, the German Teachers Association has called for preparations to close potential schools. “Once the fifth wave reaches Germany, we can act quickly,” union president Heinz-Peter Meittinger told Tagesspiegel. If distance and shift lessons and emergency treatment are necessary in January, plans for this should be implemented now. Can’t wait until the next Prime Ministerial Conference on January 7th. Short, hard school locks would be ideal for frequent school closures in the coming months.

+++ 02:37 Apple closes stores in New York +++
Apple is closing its stores in New York in view of the rising number of corona infections. However, Apple has said that customers can pick up items they previously ordered online there.

+++ 01:53 KBV boss Gassen does not trust compulsory vaccinations +++
Andreas Casson, president of the National Association of Legal Health Insurance Physicians (KBV), rejects the common mandatory vaccine against the corona virus. “It’s better to focus all our efforts on vaccines and boosters than to turn a big, uncontrollable wheel on the topic of compulsory vaccines and vaccine records,” says Kazen of The New Osnabrooker Zeitung. KBV said it was “unrealistic to immediately create a federal record in preparation for a potential corona vaccine obligation”. Construction is “months, maybe years”. You “can not seriously impose a mandatory vaccine on people, and then the effect of the vaccine will only last a few months”.

+++ 00:55 Ten police officers were injured during protests in Bautzen +++
Ten police officers were injured in riots during the Corona protests in Bautzen. Also, police said some vehicles were damaged. According to a spokesman, the city in Upper Lucatia has seen a strong influx since 6 p.m. A total of 500 to 600 people attended the demonstration. Officers tried to stop the lift. A police spokesman said bottles had been thrown at them in the evening and they had been attacked with pyrotechnics and physical violence. Officers used annoying gas and batons. In the third part before the demonstrations, he said, “People are more likely to be assigned to the extremist spectrum.” Eventually, about 100 people were initially arrested and were able to register their identities. Then about 30 people were stopped a short distance away. More about that here.

+++ 00:13 US Health Commission reduces isolation after infection +++
U.S. health officials are reducing the recommended isolation period after a corona infection from ten to five days. The reason is that there is scientific evidence that most infections occur early in the disease – usually one to two days after the onset of symptoms and two to three days afterwards, the CDC said. So far, the agency has recommended ten days of isolation. Authorities understand isolation after a confirmed infection.

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+++ 23:33 Personnel shortage: Hundreds of American planes land on the ground +++
Again, hundreds of flights were canceled in the United States due to staff shortages following the Omigron epidemic. On Monday, the US media reported that about 1000 flights into or from the United States were affected, citing flight data website Flight Aware. Delta said more than 200 of the more than 4,000 flights scheduled for Monday will be canceled. In addition to staff shortages due to Omikron, this is due to the winter weather in Minneapolis, Seattle, Salt Lake City and other parts of the United States.

+++ 22:55 Omigron Spreads: Denmark and Iceland Record High Values ​​for New Epidemics +++
Denmark and Iceland have been badly affected by Omigran. Both countries are recording new surges in new infections. In Denmark, 16,164 people have been diagnosed with corona in the last 24 hours. The seven-day event is 1621, the highest value in the world. New infections have also been reported in Iceland. 672 infections were reported in 24 hours. In mid-December, Icelandic authorities registered less than 200 new cases a day. Before the spread of the Omigron variant, Denmark and Iceland had the lowest infection rates in Europe.

+++ 22:16 Thousands of people are protesting again against the actions +++
In several German cities, tens of thousands of people took to the streets today against corona security measures. These demonstrations were especially popular in East Germany. In Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, there were a total of 15,000 participants in several cities, according to police. A total of 9,000 people attended 16 locations south of Brandenburg, about 3,000 of whom were on Cottbus. In Magdeburg, about 5,000 people moved through the city from Domplets, according to police. In Halle and Halberstadt, police spokesmen spoke of 1,500 protesters each, and in 1900 there were 1,100 protesters in Wittenberg and Pitterfeld. Repeated demonstrations took place in several Durgian cities. A police spokesman said about 2,000 people had taken to the streets in the evening in Kera alone. According to police, emergency services wanted to stop an elevator in Bautzen. Police wrote on Twitter that “large quantities” of crackers and bottles had been thrown at them. In Pirmasens, two participants in a meeting attacked emergency services. One of the two attackers had previously been instructed to wear a mask. Three officers sustained minor injuries, police said.

At the Corona demo in Ravensburg, participants come with police officers.

(Image: Image Alliance / dpa)

+++ 21:47 In these federal states, new infections are on the rise +++
No new infections in Bavaria due to delayed reports. 7,259 Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Apart from this, the number is increasing weekly compared to Berlin, McLenberg-Western Pomerania, Lower Saxony, Charland and Shelswick-Holstein. The rate of Govt 19 intensive care patients increased weekly compared to Duringia, Hessey and Hamburg.

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+++ 21:05 Current data status in Germany: 20,325 new cases reported +++
The number of people infected with the corona virus in Germany has risen to 7,010,845. As can be seen from the information of the state authorities estimated by Ntv.de, 20,325 new cases were added. This is 29.3 percent more than Monday last week. At that time, 15,725 new infections were reported. The decline in the number of records due to late entries from Bavaria is less than expected. The number of deaths related to the infection increased by 196 to 110,541. This slightly increases the number, with 184 new deaths reported across Germany last Monday. Currently 679,173 people are affected.

The infection rate (7-day R value) is given by Robert Koch Institute (RKI) as 0.77 (previous day: 0.81). According to the DIVI Intensive Care Register, 4201 Covid-19 patients are currently being treated in intensive care in Germany, 2443 of whom have aggressive ventilation.

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