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BERLIN (dpa-AFX) – The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) has a hard time assessing the recently decreased corona numbers. “The sharp rise in the 7-day incidence in recent weeks has not continued in the past week,” wrote the RKI on Thursday evening in its weekly report. This could “on the one hand be a first indication of a slightly weakening dynamic in the transmission process due to the significantly intensified measures to reduce contact”. However, the development could be “regionally due to the increasingly overloaded capacities in the public health service and the exhausted laboratory capacities”.

The 7-day incidence indicates how many infections are reported per 100,000 population per week. It had last decreased for three consecutive days, from 452.4 on Monday to 439.2 on Thursday. However, some experts assume that the health authorities are currently not complying with the reporting of evidence due to the many corona cases. This could lead to a noticeable under-recording of cases./vf/DP/mis

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