Corona news tape: Dr. President Reinhart relies on a clear autumn plan NDR.de – News

Status: 05/27/2022 11:54 AM

In the live tape NDR.de will also inform you today – on Friday, May 27, 2022 – about the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic in Lower Saxony, Schleswig-Holstein, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and Hamburg.

The basics in a nutshell:

  • Doctors Syndicate Depends on treatment options in the fall
  • Justice Minister Bushmann: Do not rush to specify mandatory mask measures
  • Deputy Kubicki FDP calls for coronavirus treatment in the Bundestag
  • A noticeable increase in depression and eating disorders in children during the Corona period
  • Geriatric nurses with far more sick days than other professional groups
  • accidents in hamburg, Lower Saxony And Schleswig-Holstein continues to fall
  • RKI: 1,852 new coronavirus cases registered nationwide – incidence is 211.2

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Map: New infections in northern German provinces


11:53 AM

A noticeable increase in depression and eating disorders in children during the Corona period

During the Corona pandemic, depression and eating disorders in children and adolescents have one According to the DAK study, there was a significant increase. According to the 2021 Health Insurance Study, 36 percent of children ages 8 to 9 have been treated in clinics for social function disorders. In the case of growth disorders, there was an 11 percent increase. The proportion of young patients (between 15 and 17 years old) with eating disorders increased by 25% in 2021 compared to the previous year. In addition, they come to German clinics five times more often because of depression, three times more because of anxiety disorders and 2.5 times more because of emotional disorders. Anonymous clinical data of 800,000 children and adolescents were evaluated for the DAK Study. Outpatient treatments were not considered.


10:22 AM

Medical Association President Reinhardt is counting on treatment options in the fall

What actions can the federal government take to prepare for a possible new coronavirus wave in the fall? Klaus Reinhardt, president of the German Medical Association, sees rapid and uncomplicated provision of treatment options as an important building block in the post-summer pandemic period. Antibody therapy or According to Reinhardt, antiviral drugs should be as readily available as possible “in every pharmacy between Flensburg and Friborg,” he said in an interview on NDR Info. It is also important to convince people who have not previously been vaccinated to get the Covid 19 vaccine by the fall. If the health system is not overburdened after the summer, despite the possible increase in the number of infections, one can do without more important measures, Reinhardt said. However, no one can reliably predict this at the moment.

Federal Health Minister Lauterbach (SPD) recently announced that he is currently working on a new law to protect against infection, which may also include mask requirements indoors. Then Federal Minister of Justice Bushman (FDP) warned against setting individual actions prematurely.

My voice: Chief Medical Officer: More Corona measures are conceivable in the fall (7 minutes)


8:49 am

Geriatric nurses with far more sick days than other professional groups

While the number of sick days overall decreased in 2021, aged care employees were on sick leave more often and longer in the second year of COVID-19 than in the previous year. On average, elderly nurses were on 25.8 days of sick leave, and in 2020 that was 24.8 days, as a special assessment as part of the 2022 health report by Techniker Krankenkasse which is available to the German editorial network. In nursing, too, the numbers have remained high: in 2021, employees were on sick leave an average of 22.3 days, compared to 22.4 days absent in 2020. Thus, employees in the two occupational groups have significantly more days of absence than other workers: and with That said, in 2021 the general sick leave nationwide decreased from 14.6 days to 13.9 days in absence.


7:56 am

Events in Hamburg, Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein continue to decline

In Hamburg, Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein, the incidence was decreased for seven days compared to the previous week. The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) gave the number of new infections per 100,000 inhabitants in one week for Hamburg as 193.3 (previous week: 360.9). According to the RKI, the incidence in Lower Saxony is 272.9 (previous week: 506.7), in Schleswig-Holstein the value is currently 338.1 (previous week: 545.2). No new cases were sent to the Robert Koch Institute in any of the three federal states due to the public holiday yesterday. It is therefore expected that late registrations will be included in the statistics in the coming days.

Data comparisons are only possible to a limited extent due to test behavior, late registrations, or transmission problems. In general, the number of new infections and deaths recorded varies greatly from day to day, as more and more federal states do not transfer to the RKI, especially on weekends, and report their cases later in the week.


7:13 am

Kubicki calls for Corona treatment in the Bundestag

FDP Vice President Wolfgang Kubicki has called for a parliamentary review of Corona policy. He spoke to the German News Agency about mistakes in Corona policy. “These policies harm children and the elderly the most.” You owe a lot. Only reasonable parliamentary review and unreserved enlightenment can help to recognize errors in themselves and thus bridge social differences.

In addition, Kubiki made it clear that his party will only support possible renewed restrictions in the fall under strict conditions. “There will be no more autumn and winter in which fundamental rights are restricted by the pervasive data fog,” said the deputy head of the Bundestag. In more than two years of the pandemic, the Federal Ministry of Health and the Robert Koch Institute have not been able to collect reasonably usable data, Kubicki criticized. The Liberal Democrats will only change the Infection Protection Act again in order to make the coronavirus restrictions possible again in the fall if the change is sufficiently scientifically justified.


06:02 AM

Minister of Justice: Do not rush to determine compulsory mask measures

Federal Minister of Justice Marco Buschmann (FDP) has warned against preparing a possible mask from the fall for not recklessly identifying individual actions. “I am in favor of following the law,” Bushman told Funke Media Group newspapers. “This provides for an assessment.” The FDP politician said the results of the assessment must be taken into account “absolutely” before we commit prematurely to individual measures. Federal Health Minister Karl Lauterbach (SPD) wants to be able to respond to a possible new coronavirus wave in the fall with a mask indoors. The SPD politician said Wednesday night on ZDF’s “Markus Lanz” that the Infection Protection Act is being worked on again. The previous law expires on September 23. Then, according to Lauterbach, the question should be discussed again, for example whether wearing a mask indoors would be mandatory again. It is believed that it is absolutely necessary to open this possibility for the fall.


06:02 AM

RKI: 1,852 new coronavirus cases registered nationwide – incidence is 211.2

The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) published the current Corona numbers for Germany early in the morning – but these numbers are incomplete due to the public holiday yesterday. With Baden-Württemberg, Berlin and North Rhine-Westphalia, only three of the 16 federal states have sent data to the RKI. It is therefore expected that late registrations will be included in the statistics in the coming days. According to the information, the RKI recorded relatively few new infections in 24 hours – last Friday, 48,910 new cases were reported nationwide. The seven-day nationwide infection rate fell to 211.2 — from 262.6 the day before. Two more people have died in connection with the virus. This increases the number of reported deaths to 138,781.

Data comparisons are only possible to a limited extent due to test behavior, late registrations, or transmission problems. In general, the number of new infections and deaths recorded varies greatly from day to day, as more and more federal states do not transfer to the RKI, especially on weekends, and report their cases later in the week.


06:02 AM

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Good morning from the NDR.de editorial team! Through our live tape, we would like to inform you today – Friday, May 27, 2022 – of the effects of the Corona pandemic in northern Germany. Here you will find all the important news from Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays) as well as content from NDR radio and television programmes. You can more events Read Wednesday’s blog.

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