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MAPS: Where in Germany are the Covid-19 hotspots right now?

MAPS: Where in Germany are the Covid-19 hotspots right now?
Berlin's U-Bahn on October 6th. The district of Neukölln is now one of the RKI's coronavirus hotspots. Photo: DPA
Coronavirus cases are going up around Germany, with infections spiking in some areas. Through maps and graphs, take a look at which regions are the most affected.

On Thursday, Germany reported 4,000 new coronavirus cases across the country – the highest number since April. 

The “worrying jump” means that people in Germany should not let their guard down, said Health Minister Jens Spahn in response to the new figures.

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We take a look at where in Germany is impacted – from the districts of Berlin to smaller towns which have suddenly become hotspots.

The following map breaks down the number of new infections per 100,000 for inhabitants in the last seven days for various districts around Germany and hotspot Berlin. (Credit: DPA)

The following interactive map breaks down the number of overall cases per German state, the number of cases per 100,000 inhabitants, and the total number of deaths. View larger map. Credit: ESRI


This interactive graph from Germany's Robert Koch Institute (last updated October 8th) breaks down the total number of cases district by district in Germany, including the number per 100,000 inhabitants, and the number of cases over the last seven days. It also gives you the total number of residents to put the figures in perspective.

These were the number of new coronavirus cases which were registered per German state on Wednesday.

The city of Hagen, a coronavirus hotspot in Germany's most populous state of North Rhine-Westphalia, created a graph to show the number of new cases per day.

The following map breaks down the total number of coronavirus cases per German state, as well as total number of deaths in parenthesis, since the beginning of the coronavirus crisis. (Credit: DPA)

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The following map breaks down the total number of new infections across Germany per day since March 28th. (Credit: DPA)


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