SARS-COV-2 Clinical Tests.

RKI — summer 2022 Covid-19 trends in Germany

SARS-CoV‑2 con­ti­nues to cir­cu­la­te among the popu­la­ti­on and can spread whe­re­ver peop­le gather. Even if the num­ber of cases is sea­so­nal­ly lower in the sum­mer mon­ths than in the cold sea­son, the RKI still recom­mends adhe­ring to the AHA+A+L rules (keep your distance, obser­ve hygie­ne rules, wear a mask every day, use the Coro­na warning app, ven­ti­la­te). Stay home and get tes­ted if you have any respi­ra­to­ry sym­ptoms and be ful­ly vac­ci­na­ted against COVID-19.

In addi­ti­on to the emer­gence of new virus vari­ants, the fur­ther cour­se of the pan­de­mic will lar­ge­ly depend on the vac­ci­na­ti­on sta­tus and beha­vi­or of the popu­la­ti­on. The Robert Koch Insti­tu­te con­ti­nuous­ly records the situa­ti­on, makes recom­men­da­ti­ons and asses­ses the risk for the popu­la­ti­on in Germany.

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