Hotspot is blocked: Corona in Cologne: incidence value rose again

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Cologne has been looking at the number of cases and incidence values ​​in the city every day for months. And finally things are going in the right direction again in the past few weeks! But will it stay that way? Can vaccinations and political decisions push back Corona? In the EXPRESS ticker we keep you up to date – with the latest case numbers, information and incidence values.

The Cologne corona numbers at a glance

Here you can see the corona overview for the city of Cologne according to the Landeszentrum Gesundheit (LZG) NRW:

Incidence value reported cases Deaths
11.06. 22,3 53.206 714
10.06. 20,2 53.155 713
09.06. 18,3 53.067 712
08.06. 23,7 53.065 712
07.06. 26,7 53.051 711
06.06. 27,6 53.031 710
05.06. 31,1 52.996 709
04.06. 32,8 52.961 709
03.06. 38,8 52.935 709
02.06. 38,1 52.842 707
01.06. 35,4 52.766 705

Update from June 11th: Incidence value increases again slightly

  • For the second time in a row is the Incidence value increased in Cologne, but again only slightly. On Friday, the State Health Center (LZG NRW) reported a value of 22,3 and thus 2.1 points higher than the day before.
  • Overall have been in Cologne since the pandemic began 53,206 corona cases has been confirmed. The number of deaths with a positive corona test is up 714 gone up.
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Update from June 10th: There are 41 new cases in Cologne

  • The Downward trend in Cologne is unfortunately only once stopped. The incidence value rose from 18.3 to 20.2. Within a day were 41 new corona cases reported. 53,155 Cologne residents have fallen ill since the outbreak of the pandemic. There are another death to complain.
  • As the city of Cologne announced in the afternoon, the coming weekend will also be the Rhine boulevard closed. The area is forbidden from 6 p.m. on Friday (June 11) and from 12 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

Update from June 9th: No more negative test in two bathrooms

  • The next big leap, at least in relation to the already low numbers: On Wednesday, the State Health Center (LZG NRW) points for Cologne had an incidence value of 18.3 out.
  • Compared to the previous day, that means a new one Decrease by 5.4 Points.
  • Only two cases more than the previous day are known, now a total of 53,067. No further death has been reported, the number of deaths remains at 712.
  • From Friday, June 11th, the Outdoor swimming pools Stadionbad and Lentpark the submission of a negative test. Reason: the incidence in Cologne, which has fallen steadily below 35. Due to the reduced incidence across the country, indoor swimming pools for sport swimming can also be used without a negative test.
  • For this reason and in order to accelerate the admission to the popular outdoor pool locations Stadionbad and Lentpark, KölnBäder GmbH is temporarily the Children’s pool in the Block the Lentpark and Stadionbad indoor pools and provide these two indoor pools exclusively for sporty swimming.
    For a visit to the combined pools at the locations Höhenbergbad, Ossendorfbad, Zollstockbad and Zündorfbad a certified negative test is still required or proof of complete vaccination or recovery.
    Bathers need to continue at all locations a medical mask as well as an identification document for admission. The detailed admission requirements are listed again on
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June 8 update: Another fatality

  • It goes further down – in a positive sense. The is in Cologne Incidence value now only at 23.7. The day before it was 26.7.
  • It was done within a day 17 new cases reported. A total of 53,065 people have contracted Corona since the outbreak of the pandemic.
  • Unfortunately there are currently a new death.

Update from June 7th: The trend for Cologne continues

  • The positive trend of the past few weeks continues on Monday (June 7th): The Incidence value for Cologne is up according to the regional health center 26,7 fallen, that means a minus of 0.9 compared to the previous day.
  • In the past 24 hours are in Cologne 20 new cases has been reported, the total number since the start of the pandemic is 53.051.
  • Was also registered another death in Cologne. The number of deaths with a positive corona test has risen to 711.
  • The crisis team met on Monday afternoon. Due to the crowds at some hotspots on the long weekend, the head of the crisis team, Andrea Blome, and her team had advised whether tougher rules should soon apply again in certain places.
  • Result: The crisis team considers the regulations that already exist to be sufficient. City spokeswoman Simone Winkelhog said there was no further tightening, but continued to monitor the situation and punish violations. . “There is not a lack of rules, but unfortunately for some people Insight, a sense of responsibility and solidarityto follow them, ”says crisis team leader Andrea Blome. “With all understanding for a certain pandemic fatigue, we are allowed to do not gamble away what has been achieved. I therefore appeal once again to all Cologne residents and our guests to behave in such a way that the number of infections does not skyrocket again, and that makes us only just now threaten to lose again regained freedoms. “Blome announces:” The security service will continue to consistently enforce compliance with the corona protection rules, but they cannot be everywhere in a metropolis at the same time. Should party-like scenes be repeated with hundreds of people standing close together, we will have to discuss tightening.“
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