Corona Live Ticker Thursday May 5: Pandemic in Bavaria – News from Rosenheim, Traunstein, Mühldorf, Altötting, Berchtesgadener Land

Mask requirement in Rosenheim (archive image).

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Munich/Upper Bavaria – The corona virus continues to restrict public life in the region, in Bavaria, in Germany and around the world. Thursday, May 5 developments in the ticker:

The number of cases at a glance:

  • Covid-19 cases in intensive care units in Bavaria: 208 (Source/from: DIVI, May 5, 6:05 a.m.)
  • Impact over 7 days: City of Rosenheim 625.9, district of Rosenheim 697.7, district of Traunstein 580.9, district of Berchtesgadener Land 470.2, district of Mühldorf 767.5, district of Altötting 763.1 (Source/status: RKI, May 5, 3:11 a.m.)
  • People infected so far: City of Rosenheim 25,358, district of Rosenheim 105,936, Traunstein 74,732, Berchtesgadener Land 41,879, Mühldorf 50,058, Altötting 43,927 (Source/status: RKI, May 5, 3:11 a.m.)
  • Death: City of Rosenheim 124, district of Rosenheim 705, Traunstein 354, Berchtesgadener Land 186, Mühldorf 304, Altötting 328 (Source/status: RKI, May 5, 3:11 a.m.)
  • a service: Case Germany — Cases worldwide — Overview of risk areas

Update, 10:02 a.m. – Altötting district reports 649 active corona cases

The health department in Altötting now has as its area of ​​responsibility 210 new corona cases reported (as of May 4). This means that a total of 43,927 people in the city and district of Altötting have been infected with the corona virus since the start of the pandemic. Current The 7-day incidence in Altötting district is 763.1. There are currently 684 active cases in the city and county. Most in Burghausen (107), Altötting (79) and Burgkirchen (62).

Update, 8:26 a.m. – Latest RKI numbers for the region

The evolution of the incidences over 7 days in the south-east of Bavaria (as of May 5).


According to the RKI, the corona incidences in the region have increased evolved differently over the past 24 hours. While the incidences in the city and district of Rosenheim and the district of Mühldorf have decreased, they have increased in the other districts of the region.

The impacts in detail: District Altoetting (from 745 to 763), county Muhldorf (from 811 to 768), circle Berchtesgaden country (from 437 to 470), county Traunstein (from 556 to 581), City of Rosenheim (from 645 to 626) and Arrondissement of Rosenheim (from 717 to 698). The RKI reported for the region four more coronavirus-related deaths. As a result, three people died in the district of Altötting and one person in the district of Mühldorf. No other information on age/residence is available. Since the start of the pandemic, 2001 people have died in the region.

RKI registers 96,167 new corona infections – incidence at 566.8

The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) has the national 7-day incidence Thursday morning at 566.8 specified. This is evident from the numbers which reflect the state of the RKI dashboard at 5am. The day before, the value of new infections per 100,000 inhabitants per week was 591.8 (previous week: 826.0; previous month: 1394.0).

However, the incidence provides not a complete picture of the infection situation. Experts have assumed for some time that there will be a large number of cases not registered by the RKI – due to the overload of work of the health authorities and the fact that not all infected people undergo a PCR test. Only these count in the statistics. In addition, late registrations or transmission problems can lead to distortion of individual daily values.

The German health authorities have reported this RKI has recently 96,167 new corona infections (previous week: 130,104 infections recorded) and 183 deaths (previous week: 246) in one day (news ticker Wednesday May 4). Data comparisons are also here due to the behavior of the test, late registrations or transmission problems are only possible to a limited extent. The RKI has counted 25,130,137 proven Sars-CoV-2 infections since the start of the pandemic. The actual total number is likely much higher, as many infections go undetected.


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