The 7-day incidence rate eases a little more to 153.4
Total active cases is seen increasing slightly to ~303,600 but at least there seems to be some plateauing in terms of daily virus cases, so that’s some good news.
The hope for German authorities is that vaccinations will eventually catch up and slow down the spread of the virus whereby we’ll start to see a drop-off in the figures above.
On that front, there is some good news as Germany administered over 1 million vaccine doses in a single day yesterday i.e. more than 1% of its population.
As of 28 April, roughly 21.6 million (26%) of its population have received at least one dose of the vaccine but only 6.2 million (7.5%) of its population are fully vaccinated.
In terms of healthcare capacity, there were 5,030 (-17) virus patients requiring intensive care as of yesterday with there being 2,750 (11%) intensive care beds still available.