COVID-19 positive test results; stratification to date, profession and control values.
|Apr 2nd||Apr 3rd||Apr 8th||Apr 14th||Apr 19th|
|Inpatients Apr 3rd, 2020||136||–||1||–||–||–||0.7|
|Healthcare workers, sum||1,171||12||24||25||9||70||6.0|
|Date – number of patients|
|Apr 2nd, 2020||193||6||–||–||–||–||3.1|
|Apr 3rd, 2020||197||–||33||–||–||–||16.7|
|Apr 8th, 2020||132||–||–||46||–||–||34.8|
|Apr 14th, 2020||203||–||–||–||38||–||18.7|
|Apr 19th, 2020||172||–||–||–||–||32||18.6|
|Numbers tested – Apr 3rd, 2020|
|Health workers, all professions||1171||953||983||–|
Note: ntot = total number; CV+pre = PCR positive COVID-19 test until April 2nd, 2020; CV+date = PCR positive COVID-19 test at the respective test series; April 3rd, 8th, and 14th, 2020; cIR = cumulated infection rate April 20th, 2020, given in percent. The first testing series was mentioned on Page 11, line 42 in . Parts of the results were published at the German journal “Münchner Medizinische Wochenschrift (MMW)”, a German language journal which is read by general practitioners, with the main focus on continuous medical education .
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