Corona in Cologne: three new deaths, childcare is expanded


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This article was last updated on April 17th at 5:01 pm – The corona virus and the situation in and around Cologne: All information is available here in our overview.

Corona virus in the greater Cologne area – as of April 17, 2020

  • Police dissolve demo on Rheinboulevard
  • CSD will take place in Cologne in 2020
  • 63 dead in Cologne
  • 2143 coronavirus cases in Cologne, 65 people in the intensive care unit
  • The number of sufferers is decreasing, currently 432
  • Ford plans to restart production on May 4th
  • Cologne lights are looking for an alternative

Update from April 17: Police dissolve demo on Cologne’s Rheinboulevard

  • The new figures of the city of Cologne: As of 3:30 p.m. there was the 2143rd confirmed Corona case in the area of ​​the city of Cologne. The number has increased by 24 in the last 24 hours.
  • 131 corona patients (previous day 149) are currently in hospital in hospital quarantine, of which 65 (previous day 70) are in the intensive care unit.
  • 1,648 (previous day 1,619) Cologne residents have already been released from quarantine.
  • As a result, the number of acute cases continues to decline: 432 people in Cologne are currently suffering from the Corona virus. On Thursday there were 458.
  • Since Thursday afternoon, three other deceased persons who tested positive for the Corona virus have been reported to the health department: a 90-year-old, a 69-year-old and a 64-year-old, all with various previous illnesses.
  • This means that the number of fatalities with corona infection has risen to 63.
  • From Thursday (April 23), emergency care for day care centers, day care and schools will be expanded. Around 1,400 kindergarten children and 500 school children are currently being cared for in Cologne.
  • The state of North Rhine-Westphalia has now expanded the list of occupational groups that can take emergency care for their children. It is available at www.stadt-koeln.de/corona-informationen-kita.
  • Due to the corona protection regulations, the police dissolved an unregistered demonstration on the Rhine Boulevard on Thursday evening. According to testimony, around 20:30, around 20, mostly masked people with posters are said to have gathered on the banks of the Rhine in Deutz, the police said. The demonstration was not registered, meetings of more than two people are not allowed in Cologne due to the current ban on contacts.
  • When the police arrived with hundreds of people, a large part of the group ran away in different directions. Officials arrested the identity of eight people and filed charges against the Assembly Act and the Corona Protection Ordinance.
  • Apparently the demo participants were supporters of the Autonomous Center (AZ) in Cologne. This announced on its website that about 100 people took part in the demonstration, which was intended to draw attention to the situation of homeless people and refugees in the Corona crisis. The AZ emphasized that the hygiene rules and the safety distance had been observed.
  • Only on Easter Sunday did the police dissolve a similar demonstration at the pond in Aachen that had not been registered. About 60 people are said to have participated there. In the case, too, advertisements were made for the violation of the Corona Protection Ordinance. The police are examining a connection between the two events.

April 16 update: CSD is NOT canceled, 24 new cases in the last 24 hours

  • Of the CSD 2020 in Cologne is apparently not canceled: As EXPRESS revealed in an interview with Hugo Winkels, spokesman for the Cologne Pride (CSD), the Cristopher Street Day in Cologne will not take place in the first weekend in July. However, an appointment should be found in October 2020.
  • The new figures from Cologne: 2119 cases are confirmed, 24 more than exactly 24 hours ago. 149 people are hospitalized in Cologne hospitals, 70 of them in the intensive care unit. 1618 Cologne residents are considered recovered and were released from quarantine. 60 deaths are known to date. The two new deaths are 92 and 62 year old women. According to the city of Cologne, both had previous illnesses.
  • Even the Cologne lights cannot take place in 2020 as planned. The Cologne major event was originally planned for July 18, 2020, but major events are prohibited until August 31.
  • “In the coming days and weeks we will discuss the situation and the various options with our around 100 partners, sponsors, service providers and other trades involved in the event,” says the homepage.
  • Ford plans to ramp up vehicle production in Germany on May 4. This applies to the plants in Cologne and Saarlouis, a spokesman confirmed to the broadcaster ntv. The scope of production depends on the international supply chains and customer demand. In addition, the hygienic regulations for the safety of employees in the plants would have to be implemented. Volkswagen had previously announced that it would gradually ramp up production again.

Update from April 15: Two more deaths in Cologne’s Maternushaus

  • The death toll at the Maternus senior center in Rodenkirchen rose by two to 18. As of Wednesday morning, six residents are considered to have recovered.
  • The city of Cologne’s figures are still encouraging: As of Wednesday afternoon, 2095 cases in Cologne have been confirmed, 28 more than on Tuesday.
  • 148 corona patients (previous day 142) are currently in hospital quarantine, of which 71 (previous day 74) are in the intensive care unit.
  • 1,579 (previous day 1,514) Cologne residents have already been released from quarantine.
  • No new deaths have been reported to the Health Department since Tuesday afternoon. Currently 458 people in Cologne are suffering from the corona virus. The number of acutely infected people continues to fall.
  • The two deaths from the Maternushaus were statistically recorded on Tuesday.

Update from April 14: Cologne Maternushaus reports 16th death

  • The city of Cologne reports that the number of confirmed corona cases has risen to 2067. That is only 13 more cases than known on Monday. 142 patients are in inpatient quarantine, 74 of them in the intensive care unit.
  • As early as 1514 Cologne residents were released from quarantine.
  • However, five more deaths have been reported since Monday afternoon. These are a 93 year old, an 87 year old, a 75 year old, a 74 year old and a 73 year old, all with various previous illnesses. 58 Cologne residents died who tested positive for the corona virus.
  • The number of acute cases in Cologne has dropped from 583 to 495.
  • The Maternus Seniorencentrum in Cologne-Rodenkirchen reports the next casualty with Covid 19 infection. A total of 16 people with corona disease died in the home.
  • 43 residents are still infected, 16 of them are hospitalized. A total of four residents and five employees have now recovered from a corona infection.

Update of April 13: 53 dead in Cologne, number of Cologne residents released from quarantine has increased

  • As of Monday, April 13, 2020, 3:30 p.m., the city of Cologne has a total of 2,054. (Previous day 2,027) confirmed corona virus case.
  • 141 corona patients (previous day 148) are currently in hospital in hospital quarantine, of which 73 (previous day 71) are in the intensive care unit. 1,418 (previous day 1,219) Cologne residents have already been released from quarantine.
  • Since yesterday afternoon, three other deceased people who tested positive for the corona virus have been reported. It is a 94-year-old, an 80-year-old and a 73-year-old, all with various previous illnesses. So far, 53 Cologne citizens who have tested positive for the Corona virus have died.
  • 583 people from Cologne are currently suffering from the Corona virus.

April 12 update: number of sufferers decreases, but three more deaths

  • Compared to the previous day, there are 11 more confirmed corona cases in Cologne as of today, Sunday, April 12. The total now amounts to 2,027 (previous day 2,016).
  • 148 corona patients (previous day 149) are currently in hospital in hospital quarantine, including 71 (previous day 78) in the intensive care unit. 1,219 (previous day 1,185) Cologne residents have already been released from quarantine.
  • Currently, 758 people in Cologne are suffering from the Corona virus, 26 fewer than on the previous day.
  • Unfortunately, there are three more deaths, so the number has risen to 50. It is a 92-year-old, an 87-year-old and a 40-year-old, all with various chronic pre-existing conditions, as the city reports.

The senior residence in Rodenkirchen.

Update of April 11: Three more dead, current cases are falling

  • The total number of confirmed corona cases increases to 2016. Unfortunately, three other people who had been infected with Sars-CoV-2 have also died since Friday afternoon.
  • It is an 81-year-old, an 88-year-old and a 94-year-old, all with various previous illnesses.
  • So far, 47 Cologne citizens who have tested positive for the Corona virus have died. That doesn’t mean they had COVID-19 lung disease. The average age of the deceased is 82.61 years.
  • Pleasing: 784 people in Cologne are currently suffering from the Corona virus. This means that since the highest value of 1007 on April 5, the number of cases has decreased continuously.

Update from April 10: 1993 Corona cases in Cologne confirmed, 80-year-old dies

  • As of Friday (3:30 p.m.) there is the 1993 Corona case confirmed in Cologne. That is 46 cases more than on Thursday.
  • 153 corona patients (previous day 139) are currently in hospital in hospital quarantine, of which 74 (previous day 76) are in the intensive care unit.
  • 1151 (previous day 1,081) Cologne residents have already been released from quarantine.
  • There has been another death in Cologne since Thursday afternoon: an 80-year-old who suffered from previous illnesses has died.
  • This means that 44 people have died who tested positive for the corona virus.
  • 1157 people are cured, so 798 people from Cologne are currently suffering from the corona virus.
  • The city of Cologne also indicates that the ban on contact also applies to Easter holidays. Avoiding physical contact is still the best way to slow the spread of the virus.
  • So far, 22 people have died in the Rhein-Erft district. A 93-year-old woman died in Bergheim on Friday from complications from Covid 19 disease.

Update of April 9: 15 deaths in Rodenkirchen senior center

  • The city of Cologne confirmed on Thursday afternoon that five other people infected with the corona virus had died. These are an 80-year-old, a 75-year-old, a 97-year-old and a 78-year-old, all previously ill and a 62-year-old whose health status is not yet available.
  • So far, 43 people who tested positive for the corona virus have died. In addition, 82 other people in Cologne were infected with the corona virus. This increases the number of confirmed cases from 1865 (on Wednesday) to 1947.
  • This means that 823 people from Cologne are officially still ill because 1081 patients have already been released from quarantine. 139 corona patients (previous day 148) are currently in hospital quarantine, of which 76 (previous day 68) are in the intensive care unit.
  • At the Maternus senior center in Rodenkirchen, three other residents died as a result of a corona infection. So far, there have been 15 fatalities in this home alone. 42 residents are currently infected, twelve of them are being treated in the hospital. There are also eight other suspected cases in the house. The number of residents who have recovered has risen from two to four.
  • After the death of a 47-year-old from Cologne, there are new findings: on request, the city of Cologne explained that the man had no previous illnesses. That resulted in the autopsy. The result is surprising because, according to the city, the previous deaths in Cologne always had various underlying or previous illnesses. The dead person was a doctor, reports the “Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger”.

April 8 update: Four dead – including a 47-year-old

  • The city of Cologne confirms that four other people infected with the corona virus have died. It is an 80-year-old and a 65-year-old, both are said to have had previous illnesses, and a 93-year-old.
  • A 47-year-old man is also one of the fatalities. When asked, the city announced that the man had been found dead in his apartment on March 31. A test carried out afterwards led to a positive result. According to the city, the man is said to have previously told other people about respiratory problems.
  • A total of 38 people who tested positive for the corona virus have now died.
  • In addition, 26 other people in Cologne were infected with the corona virus. This increases the number of confirmed cases from 1839 (on Tuesday) to 1865. Thus, 848 people from Cologne are officially still infected with the virus, since 1017 patients have already been released from quarantine. 148 of the infected are currently in inpatient quarantine, 68 of them in the intensive care unit.

Update of April 7: 47 corona cases more than the previous day, one person died

  • As the city of Cologne reports, the number of confirmed Corona cases is currently 1839, on Monday it was 1792. 145 corona patients are currently in hospital quarantine, including 71 in the intensive care unit.
  • So the trend towards slightly lower corona numbers remains for now. In the past few days, increases of 20 and 24 cases within 24 hours had been recorded. At times, however, there were more than 100 cases a day.
  • According to experts, this should not be seen as a sign that the worst has already been overcome. The strict rules regarding the ban on contact continue to apply.
  • 938 Cologne residents have already been released from quarantine. This means that 867 people in Cologne are still suffering from the corona virus.
  • Another deceased person has been reported since Monday afternoon. It is an 82-year-old from Cologne with various previous illnesses.

Update of April 6th: Twelfth death toll confirmed in Maternus retirement home

  • The city of Cologne reports that there was a total of 1792 confirmed corona cases. That is “only” 24 known cases more than on Sunday. 142 patients are in inpatient quarantine, 72 in the intensive care unit.
  • 880 Cologne residents have already been released from quarantine. This means that 879 people in Cologne are still suffering from the Corona virus.
  • Two other people who tested positive for Corona passed away. It is a woman (88) and a man (89) who suffered from various previous diseases. The number of deaths in Cologne has thus risen to 33.
  • Three other residents of the Maternus senior center in Rodenkirchen died of complications from Covid 19 disease over the weekend. In total there are now twelve fatalities in this home alone. 53 residents are currently infected, 13 of them are hospitalized. Overall, the number of people who died in Cologne nursing homes as a result of a corona infection rose to 21.

Update of April 5: City of Cologne reports further deaths

  • As reported by the city, there have been 1,768 confirmed corona cases in Cologne (as of 4:00 p.m.) and a total of 31 deaths since Sunday. The day before (April 4) there were 1,748 confirmed cases. 140 corona patients are currently in hospital quarantine, 68 of them (previous day 57) in the intensive care unit. The number of people in Cologne who have since been released from quarantine has remained unchanged at 730 people. This means that 1,007 people in Cologne are still suffering from the Corona virus.
  • Unfortunately, four more people who tested positive for the Corona virus have died since Saturday afternoon (April 4). It is an 89-year-old, an 84-year-old, an 87-year-old and a 91-year-old. All people suffered from various underlying diseases. So far, 31 citizens of Cologne who have tested positive for the Corona virus have died.
  • Mayor Henriette Reker once again appealed to the people of Cologne: “Continue to abide by the rules on the blocking of contacts. The Robert Koch Institute has currently given us a glimmer of hope that the new infection curve will be somewhat flatter. This should be an incentive and confirmation of our correct behavior. “

Update of April 4th: New regulations for Cologne senior and nursing homes

  • As of 4 p.m. there is 1,748. confirmed coronavirus case. Compared to the previous day, this is only 33 newly infected people. The number gives hope, but we cannot yet speak of a U-turn.
  • 131 corona patients are currently in the hospital, including 57 (previous day 65) in the intensive care unit. 730 Cologne residents have since been released from quarantine. This means that 991 citizens of Cologne are still suffering from the corona virus.
  • So far, 28 people who tested positive for the Corona virus have died. A 91-year-old who had several underlying diseases died on Friday afternoon, the city said on Saturday.
  • The city is appealing for compliance with the protection regulations, especially with a view to the good weather at the weekend: some cities apparently plan to block certain public areas, including squares, parks and green spaces. The city of Cologne will not follow suit, city director Stephan Keller emphasized. But: The ban on contacts must be adhered to urgently.
  • At the Aachen pond, visitors have been informed about the measures to contain the corona pandemic via a warning system with loudspeaker announcements, light signals and information for smartphones since Saturday. The warning system was originally set up around two and a half years ago to warn visitors to the park about severe weather.
  • After the increased deaths in Cologne retirement homes (read more here), the state and city tightened the measures. All care and old people’s homes must set up isolation and quarantine stations as soon as possible.
  • Infected residents are said to be housed in the quarantine areas. Those who have not yet had a test result should go to the isolation station. The city says that the tests should be carried out immediately. According to the decision, the residents of both stations are not allowed to leave the facilities for 14 days. In Cologne homes, 91 residents and around 60 employees are currently infected with the corona virus.

April 3 update: 1715 cases, 26 deceased

  • As the city of Cologne announced in the afternoon, there are 1715 confirmed cases in the city area (as of 3:30 p.m.). 139 corona patients are currently in inpatient quarantine, 65 of them in the intensive care unit.
  • Three other people who tested positive for the corona virus have died since Thursday afternoon. These are three men aged 74, 85 and 94. All of the deceased were previously residents of senior citizens’ institutions and suffered from various underlying diseases.
  • The city of Cologne announced on Friday morning that there would be no admission freeze for nursing and retirement homes, which Cologne imposed as a municipality. A spokeswoman for the city said that a solution at the state level is expected later today.

Update of April 2: 1666 cases in Cologne, five more deaths since Wednesday

  • The figures of the city of Cologne: As of 4:00 p.m. there are 1,666 known cases in Cologne. 130 corona patients are currently in inpatient quarantine, including 60 in the intensive care unit. 663 Cologne residents have since been released from quarantine.
  • Five other people have died since Wednesday afternoon, all of them were residents of senior institutions and suffered from various illnesses.
  • Four residents of the Coronavirus died in the retirement home of the Evangelical Church in Braunsfeld, head Irina Helmert said on Thursday morning. Another 20 are infected, one is in the hospital. Since the first positive test, the people concerned have been isolated in their rooms, and only nursing staff are allowed access.
  • At the Maternus senior center in Cologne-Rodenkirchen, a sixth resident died of the consequences of an infection with the corona virus. The operating company Cura announced this on Wednesday. 16 people from the house are currently in inpatient treatment, eight infected and nine suspected cases are being treated in the home.

Update from April 1: 1540 cases in Cologne, four more fatalities

  • City director Stephan Keller confirmed the 1532nd Corona case in Cologne at the press conference in the historic town hall on Wednesday afternoon. By evening the number had risen to 1,540.
  • 116 of the infected are currently in inpatient quarantine, 54 of them in the intensive care unit. In the meantime, 619 people have been released from quarantine.
  • In addition, four other people died in connection with the coronavirus. According to the city, everyone suffered from various previous illnesses. At 82, a woman was the youngest. This brings the number of fatalities in Cologne to the current 18.
  • A fifth person died in the Maternus senior center in Cologne-Rodenkirchen as a result of an infection with the corona virus. The operating company Cura announced on Wednesday. Nine residents are hospitalized in hospital.
  • On Tuesday evening, operator Cura had informed that four people had died in the facility.
  • The second death in the Rhein-Erft district was announced on Wednesday. As district administrator Michael Kreuzberg announced, a 95-year-old woman died in an old people’s home in Brühl. “My sincere and heartfelt condolences go out
    their relatives, ”says Kreuzberg.
  • The woman showed mild symptoms on Monday and was tested for the novel corona virus on the same day. The health department received the positive test result yesterday. The lady had already died in hospital without inpatient treatment.
  • The Maternus senior center is currently completely under quarantine. The reason for this is that all 130 residents are said to have had initial contact with infected people.

EXPRESS had already reported on the problems in the elderly facility on Tuesday. Among other things, the residents of Rodenkirchen raise serious allegations (read more here).

Update of March 31: 1431 Corona cases in Cologne, death toll rises to 14

  • New figures from the city of Cologne: According to this, there have been 1431 confirmed corona cases, an increase of 62 cases compared to Monday.
  • 109 corona patients are currently in inpatient quarantine, 47 of them in the intensive care unit. 551 Cologne residents have since been released from quarantine. This means that 880 people in Cologne are still suffering from the Corona virus. So far 14 citizens of Cologne have died of the consequences of the Corona virus.
  • An 85-year-old from Cologne died on the evening of March 30, 2020 in a nursing home. On Tuesday, March 31, 2020, another 84-year-old from Cologne died in a Cologne hospital. In addition, a 99-year-old woman from Cologne died on Tuesday. All deceased had various previous illnesses.

Update from March 30th: 1369 Corona cases in Cologne, city wants to protect older people

  • The number of Corona falls on Cologne’s urban area is now 1369. The city announced this in the afternoon.
  • That is only 50 known cases more than on Sunday. From Saturday to Sunday, the city “only” reported an increase of 70 cases.
  • 101 corona patients are currently in inpatient quarantine, 42 of them in the intensive care unit. 462 Cologne residents have since been released from quarantine. This means that 907 people in Cologne are still suffering from the Corona virus.
  • The city has compiled important information at www.corona.koeln. The protection of older people in particular remains at the top of the agenda.

Update of March 29: Cardinal Woelki: Archdiocese accepts Corona infected people from Italy

  • As of Sunday, March 29, 2020, 3:30 p.m., the city of Cologne has a total of 1,319. confirmed corona virus case. 96 of these infected are currently in inpatient quarantine, of which 40 are in intensive care. 462 people have since been released from quarantine.
  • The Corona virus has claimed two more lives in Cologne, as the city of Cologne reports. An 85-year-old from Cologne died in a retirement home in Cologne. He suffered from various previous illnesses. Another 83-year-old died in a Cologne hospital. According to the city, this person also had extensive previous illnesses. So far, a total of eleven people have died in Cologne from the consequences of the Corona virus.
  • The Archdiocese of Cologne plans to admit Italian corona patients to its clinics. This was announced by the Cologne Archbishop Rainer Maria Cardinal Woelki. “It is now an act of charity to help quickly and unbureaucratically. We are therefore participating in the relief campaign of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and are providing the urgently needed places in intensive care units for Italian corona patients in the Catholic clinics of the archbishopric, ”said Woelki. Initially, according to Woelki, six patients could be accommodated in various Catholic hospitals in the archdiocese and given intensive medical care.

Update of March 28: Two more deaths in Cologne, 1249 people infected, quiet location in the city, police only had to intervene once

  • In the Cologne city area, a total of 1249 people have contracted the new corona virus. The city of Cologne reported 88 new cases and two new casualties on Saturday afternoon. The number of new infections reported daily has thus remained roughly the same since the middle of the week. A total of 417 people have now been released from quarantine.
  • Both victims (83 and 79 years old) reported on Saturday had previously suffered from previous illnesses. A total of nine people have died in Cologne as a result of the coronavirus. This increases the number of corona victims in Cologne to 9 dead.
  • Although the most beautiful spring weather lured outside on Saturday, according to the police, most people in Cologne adhered to the contact restrictions in the Corona crisis. On the banks of the Rhine, in parks and green areas, many were traveling alone or in pairs, it was said. The streets and squares in the city center remained largely empty.
  • In the morning, the police only had to ask six guests of a wedding party to go apart. The party was not aware of the rules of conduct applicable to the corona pandemic, said a police spokesman. The group quickly dispersed and removed.

Update of March 27: Seven deaths in Cologne, 1161 people infected

  • The city of Cologne published the new Corona figures on Friday afternoon. Accordingly, the number of confirmed corona cases rose to 1161.
  • 52 of these infected are currently in inpatient quarantine, 13 of them in the intensive care unit. 417 people have since been released from quarantine.
  • Meanwhile, Cologne also has two other fatalities: On Thursday evening (March 26, 2020), a 65-year-old from Cologne, who suffered from various underlying diseases, died in a Cologne hospital.
  • The other fatality is a 63-year-old patient who suffered from a serious underlying disease and was hospitalized with pneumonia on Thursday. She died in the clinic on Friday (March 27, 2020). So far, a total of seven people in Cologne have died from the consequences of the Corona virus.

Update of March 26: Fifth death in Cologne, 1068 people infected

  • The city of Cologne confirmed the fifth death in connection with the lung disease Covid-19. An 83-year-old man who is said to have had several previous illnesses died in a hospital on Thursday.
  • In addition, there are currently 1068 confirmed corona infections in Cologne. 43 of the infected are currently in inpatient quarantine, 14 of them in the intensive care unit. 284 people have since been released from quarantine and are therefore cured. This was announced by city director and head of the crisis team Stephan Keller at a press conference in the historic town hall on Thursday afternoon.
  • Henriette Reker pledged an emergency fund to the free cultural scene to provide immediate urban aid amounting to three million euros. This is aimed at funded independent cultural enterprises and cultural associations, which have got into an existential, economic imbalance and liquidity shortages due to the corona crisis.

Update of March 25: First corona death in the Rhein-Erft district

  • The city of Cologne announced the new Cologne Corona figures on Wednesday (March 25th). Accordingly, 1002 cases are currently confirmed. 43 of these infected are currently in inpatient quarantine, 14 of them in the intensive care unit. 284 people have since been released from quarantine.
  • The corona virus has also claimed a fourth death from Cologne. An 89-year-old died in a hospital on Tuesday (March 24). According to the city, she suffered from various previous illnesses.
  • Mayor Henriette Reker was tested for the corona virus on the occasion of the regular end of her quarantine. The test was negative. Reker can therefore return to the town hall and will be able to chair the council meeting on Thursday.
  • After four deaths in Cologne to date, the first death has also been reported in the Rhein-Erft district. An 82-year-old woman from Kerpen has died as a result of an infection with the coronavirus. The woman died on Wednesday in the intensive care unit of the Marien Hospital Erftstadt. Due to severe previous illnesses, she was one of the high-risk patients.
  • “The news of the first Corona death in our circle makes me very concerned. My deepest sympathy goes to the relatives of the deceased during these difficult hours, ”explains District Administrator Michael Kreuzberg. “With the increasing numbers of difficult runs it was clear that this situation would come and will come more often. However, we must not forget that personal fates are always behind the daily figures on infected and dead people.

March 24 update: Reker again asks for help from the population

  • In an advertisement to be published in Cologne’s media on Wednesday (March 25), Cologne’s Mayor Henriette Reker once again asks for help from the population in the Corona crisis: “It’s about one of the most difficult but urgent requests to protect those who are hardest hit by corona disease. It is about the need to avoid all direct contact between younger people, such as grandchildren, with older people, especially people over 65 and people with previous illnesses. For these groups, infection poses a particularly high risk and, I must say so clearly, I can choose between life and death, ”writes the OB. “That sounds heartless to our normal understanding, but it’s a sign of affection these weeks.”

Corona: Citizen Telephone of the City of Cologne

Meanwhile, the city of Cologne has set up a citizen phone: 0221 / 221-33500. It is available Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. There, citizens can find out all about Corona Virus. (with red)

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