This is based on data from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), which were published on Sunday morning. They are therefore well above the limit of 50, from which much more stringent measures are to come into force.
The front runner is the Berlin district of Neukölln with an incidence number of 161,6. The districts of Mitte (137,5) and Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg (112,0) are also affected. In Lower Saxony, the city of Delmenhorst (138,0) and the districts of Cloppenburg (110,1) and Northeim (105,8) have over 100 new infections per 100.000 inhabitants within seven days. In North Rhine-Westphalia there are the cities of Herne (111,2), Solingen (109,9) and Wuppertal (103,1), in Hesse the cities of Offenbach (115,1), Kassel (106,9) and Frankfurt (101,0 , 149,2) and in Bavaria the Berchtesgadener Land (107,9), Mühldorf am Inn (105,3) and Weiden in the Upper Palatinate (124,2). In Rhineland-Palatinate (Eifelkreis Bitburg-Prüm - 149,4) and in Saarland (District St. Wendel - XNUMX) one area is affected.