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3 hours ago, MikeMelga said:

Dropped to 727 in Munich today, Seems the reporting backlog delay effect is fading out, so perhaps it does not reach 1000 so fast, if at all.

Of course hard partying can change it.

 

It's unbelievable that discos and bars were allowed open for so long. That's a no brainer, followed by gyms. Or at least gym showers.

 

 

Will probably be higher Monday and Tuesday. It’s a Sunday and they probably start up again on Monday. 

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9 hours ago, Wulfrun said:
München (Stadt)
12.979 aktive Fälle
882,0 Inzidenz
It seems to depend where you look...

The official website reassign cases by day of report on the following days. It's the most reliable source, statistically.

 

7 hours ago, klingklang77 said:

 

Will probably be higher Monday and Tuesday. It’s a Sunday and they probably start up again on Monday. 

It's a 7 day average. It was also lower last weekend. By having a 7 day or 14 day average you get rid of daily variances.

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12 hours ago, MikeMelga said:

 

 

It's a 7 day average. It was also lower last weekend. By having a 7 day or 14 day average you get rid of daily variances.

 

I’m aware of how it works, so no need for an explanation that they do an average. 

 

I meant that the paperwork is usually slower on the weekend, and I always notice a change in numbers on Mondays and Tuesdays. 

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I usually wait for Tuesday, so it includes the numbers from Monday, which are of course higher than then weekend.

Anyway, today is down to 705. By Thursday/Friday we should be aware if the weekend abuse was bad enough to push it past 1000. If not, perhaps we do get a decent christmas.

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Down to 497 today, perhaps last weekend's abuse was not so problematic and the backlog issue is solved. But won't come down significantly until younger kids get vaccinated. 

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Huge news!

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EU regulator approves BioNTech-Pfizer vaccine for 5-11 age group

https://www.dw.com/en/eu-regulator-approves-biontech-pfizer-vaccine-for-5-11-age-group/a-59931287

 

They must have felt the political and public pressure and approved it 2 months ahead of plan. A month ago they were saying "we are not in a rush" and "won't be approved before mid January".

Also Austria told them to fuck off and started vaccinating young kids anyway. If they hadn't done it now, they would just be everyone's favorite scapegoat.

One issue is this comes at a bad time, as now everyone is rushing for the booster shots and vaccination centers can't handle all the requests. This should have been approved a month ago, like in US.

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