In Germany, two people died in connection with the coronavirus. In North Rhine-Westphalia the situation is particularly critical. Heinsberg pushes his limits.
- The number of Sars-CoV-2 infected Inch Germany continues to rise.
- The District of Heinsberg in North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) is particularly affected by the coronavirus.
- A third death in Germany has been reported from heinsberg district in NRW.
Coronavirus in NRW: Second fatality from Heinsberg County
Updated Mar 11, 2020, 4:32 PM: The third known death in Germany and the second in the District of Heinsberg was a patient in a Heinsberg hospital.
The 73-year-old man died on Wednesday night, the county said. It was a dialysis patient with serious pre-existing conditions. It is not known where the patient has the coronavirus, the Rheinische Post.
Coronavirus in NRW: Teachers call for Corona holiday
Updated Mar 11, 2020, 2:23 PM: The number of Coronavirus cases at NRW is on 687 (from 11 March, 10:00 a.m.). According to North Rhine-Westphalian Health Minister Karl-Josef Laumann (CDU), a further spread of the virus cannot be prevented. That’s what he said wednesday morning in the State Parliament of Düsseldorf.
How the Westdeutsche Zeitung Reports call for the protection of salaried teachers (SchaLL.NRW) to close all schools in the state and Corona holidays from March 20.
Another coronavirus patient dies in Heinsberg County (NRW)
Updated Mar 11, 2020, 12:27 PM: There is a sad news from the Heinsberg district (NRW): A patient infected with the coronavirus has died in the District of Heinsberg (NRW). The patient died at Heinsberg Hospital, a county spokeswoman said Wednesday, without giving further details. Previously, the Rheinische Post Reported.
Third coronavirus death in Germany
Updated Mar 11, 2020, 11:54 A.m.: Another coronavirus has died in the District of Heinsberg (NRW). About the second fatality in Heinsberg County and thus the third death in Germany – reports the Rheinische Post. A spokeswoman for Heinsberg County confirmed this to the editorial board.
Updated Mar 11, 2020, 10:58 AM EDT: The coronavirus has caused the Heinsberg district to NRW with 365 cases (from March 11). Fifteen patients with coronavirus have been admitted to hospitals in the province, according to district administrator Stephan Pusch. Pusch is asking for support from surrounding hospitals to address the Corona crisis. The feedback from the state nrw was overwhelmingly positive.
There was a solution to another follow-up problem: the dates for the pre-Abitur exams take place despite the school closure. Students are divided into multiple rooms to minimize the risk of infection.
Coronavirus in NRW: 158 newly infected in one day – Five people in “threatening condition”
Update, 9:30 p.m.: The number of corona cases in North Rhine-Westphalia continues to rise. Axel Borkenkämper, spokesman for the Federal State Department of Labor, Health and Social Affairs, spoke of significantly more people infected after the last 580 confirmed cases. As a result, it is now 642 confirmed cases this is an increase of 158 cases compared to yesterday’s figures from the Robert Koch Institute. This reports the Westphalian scoreboardThe 365 of the cases in Heinsberg County Located. In the District of Aachen (61), Cologne (33) and Coesfeld (21), accumulations of the infection were also observed.
Coronavirus in NRW: Major events in the state before cancellations
Update, 3:12 p.m.: After Bavaria and Schleswig-Holstein broadcast all events with more than 1,000 participants, NRW now also follows in the way. As Karl-Josef Laumann, NRW’s minister of health, explains in the afternoon, all events with more than 1,000 participants are now also banned in NRW. Sporting events, such as football matches, are likely to take place without an audience. This scheme is primarily intended to Unlimited Take place.
The District of Heinsberg is still considered the region with the most infected individuals in Germany, five people are currently in a life-threatening condition.
Coronavirus in NRW: After first deaths – Institute can no longer interrupt infection chains
Update, 10:36 a.m.: How so Robert Koch Institute on Tuesday morning, Italy To Risk area Explains. The country recognized therefore the spread of the disease very late. According to this, the number of people infected worldwide* continues to increase, about 111,000 people are now sick worldwide, and the global death rate is about 3.5 percent. It is unclear how high the number of undiscovered infected persons is.
Especially in the circle Heinsberg it is no longer possible to identify and interrupt all infection chains. However, in other regions, the interruption of infection chains is still possible.
According to this, one in five patients will have a severe Disease* these people should now be protected with the measures taken. In the press conference, the Robert Koch Institute calls on all mayors and municipalities to activate the risk plans of the provinces concerned. The clinics, on the other hand, are supposed to activate the pandemic plans.
Events that are not absolutely necessary should therefore be cancelled. “We need a stock, that’s clear. But there are just things that can be dispensed with. You also forgo a football game, explains Lothar Wieler of the Robert Koch Institute.
Austria is taking drastic measures in the fight against coronavirus. Following a travel warning for the whole of Italy, the government wants to largely stop access from the neighbouring country.
Coronavirus in NRW: Heinsberg district particularly affected
Update March 9, 7:04 p.m.: Due to the coronavirus infection, 15 people are receiving inpatient treatment in the particularly affected District of Heinsberg, including no children or adolescents. Especially elderly people with a pre-existing situation are affected, the Heinsberg district alderman Stephan Pusch said at a press conference on Monday evening.
Five of the patients were treated in intensive care. The wife of a seriously ill man from Gangelt is better off, he himself is still in critical condition. A total of 323 infections had been detected in the province by evening.
Coronavirus in NRW: District Council describes details of a death – “hysteria more dangerous than disease”
Update at 6:31 p.m.: The district councillor from Heinsberg, Stephan Pusch, has now spoken out about the first victim of his death. The man is believed to have died of heart failure at 2pm on Monday. The 78-year-old suffered from a pre-existing condition, he already had a heart condition and was suffering from diabetes.
The now deceased reported to the hospital last Friday because he had symptoms such as “diarrhea, fever and coughing, and he was also in a carnival center where many of the infected were,” Pusch told the news conference.
The district council in particular warned of the hysteria. “The question is not, what do we do with the crisis – but what does crisis do to us?” says Pusch: “This hysteria is based on irrational fears. And it’s much more dangerous to our regulated lives than what you really have in real dangers on the ground.”
Coronavirus stronghold NRW: Deaths reported – first details of a victim known
Essen – For the first time in Germany, two people Diseases with the new coronavirus (Sars-CoV-2)*. One victim is a 89-year-old woman Of Food, which has been treated there since the beginning of March in the university hospital.
The woman died of a Pneumonia, which they have as a result of the Coronavirus infection This was announced by the municipality of Essen on Monday. In the evening, it should be Landrat Heinsberg on the other fatality. On Sunday, a firefighter from hamburg, Egypt, died of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus stronghold NRW: Two deaths reported – first details of a victim known
The first confirmed case in North Rhine-Westphalia was announced on 25 February. Then the virus spread further. It was first found in a 47-year-old man from Gangelt in a circle Heinsberg and his 46-year-old wife. Both were transferred to the University Hospital Düsseldorf. The man was in serious shape.
Finally, d.he Coronavirus infections nrw on Monday (from 10:00 a.m.) at 515. That was 31 more than the day before, according to data from the NRW. The number of infected people is also increasing in Baden-Württemberg.
The closure of entire metropolises such as Milan and Venice laat see how explosive the situation is now. But German politics is not coming out of hibernation*.
The number of infections with the novel Sars-CoV-2 has increased dramatically in Germany within a few days. Health Minister Jens Spahn advises against travelling to NRW and is also hoping for ghost matches next weekend in the Bundesliga. At the same time, the Tagesschau raises a piquant question: do private hospitals not accept corona-infected people?
Without hysteria or euphemism to #Coronavirus there is only one reasonable measure for the Bundesliga: #Geisterspiele in the next few weeks. It’s hard to see, but there’s a lot going on on the health system and any softening of the wave is important.
— black and blue (@schwarzundblau) March 9, 2020
A lot of people are worried. More and more cases of the mysterious coronavirus are becoming known worldwide – including in Germany. But what are the symptoms of lung disease?* The increasing number of reported coronavirus infections also increases the number of empty supermarket shelves. More and more consumers are moving into hamster purchases. The supermarkets are trying to take up the situation with humour, an Aldi-Süd branch is using an unconventional measure.
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