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Corona numbers for cities and districts in Germany

In the statistics of the RKI used on Corona-in-Zahlen.de you will find Corona case numbers from 412 districts or urban districts in Germany, from A for Ahrweiler to Z for Zwickau. Overall, the COVID-19 infections reported in all districts are 3,603,055, while 86,381 deaths were recorded at the same time (details on the methodology can be found in the glossary, all information without guarantee).

Infection situation on May 18, 2021

There are currently 412 counties and urban districts in Germany

  • 103 (25%) with a 7-day incidence of over 100 new infections
  • 16 (3%) with a 7-day incidence of over 150 new infections
  • 13 (3%) with a 7-day incidence of 165 new infections
  • 72 (17%) with a 7-day incidence of less than 50 new infections

Nationwide "emergency brake"

If a district or an independent city exceeds one Incidence of 100 on three consecutive days, uniform measures apply via the Infection Protection Act ("Federal Emergency Brake"), including:

  • Private contacts limited to one household and one additional person (plus children up to 14 years)
  • Exit restrictions between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. (sport alone possible until midnight)
  • Appointment shopping in retail
  • Switching lessons in schools (with 2 tests per week)
At a Incidence over 150 Appointment shopping is no longer possible on three consecutive days if there is an incidence over 165 the lessons take place from home.

The state authorities will provide information about the entry into force of the measures. Further regulations can be made by the respective federal state or at local level.

Incidence of over 100 new infections in 103 counties

There is currently a 7-day incidence of over 100 new infections in 103 rural districts and urban districts:

  • Erzgebirgskreis with 232.6
  • Schweinfurt with 226.5
  • Coburg with 221.6
  • Zollernalbkreis with 210.7
  • Hildburghausen with 199.4
  • Gotha with 193.5
  • Hagen with 191.8
  • Heidenheim with 183.8
  • Unterallgäu with 181.6
  • Memmingen with 179.1
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  • Sonneberg with 176.7
  • Central axes with 175.6
  • Pforzheim with 165.9
  • Coburg with 163.7
  • Ulm with 155.4
  • Deggendorf with 153.2
  • Rottweil with 147.3
  • Ludwigshafen am Rhein with 145.7
  • Günzburg with 144.8
  • Landshut with 144.4
  • Ilm district with 143.1
  • Dingolfing-Landau with 141.7
  • Saale-Holzland district with 139.8
  • Kelheim with 138.2
  • Heilbronn with 136.7
  • Wartburg district with 136.2
  • Tuttlingen with 135.7
  • Kassel with 135.1
  • Miesbach with 134.0
  • Saale-Orla district with 133.2
  • Rottal-Inn with 132.5
  • Schweinfurt with 130.8
  • Mettmann with 130.8
  • Leverkusen with 130.1
  • Fulda with 128.6
  • Fürth with 127.6
  • Schwarzwald-Baar district with 127.1
  • Emden with 126.2
  • Kyffhäuserkreis with 125.3
  • Zwickau with 124.4
  • Unstrut-Hainich-Kreis with 124.2
  • Straubing with 123.4
  • Eisenach with 123.1
  • Biberach with 121.7
  • Neu-Ulm with 121.0
  • Schmalkalden-Meiningen with 120.9
  • Bielefeld with 120.3
  • Lichtenfels with 119.8
  • Saxon Switzerland-Eastern Ore Mountains with 118.5
  • Sömmerda with 118.1
  • Greiz with 118.1
  • City region Aachen with 117.8
  • Schwäbisch Hall with 117.4
  • Enzkreis with 116.8
  • Wiesbaden with 116.7
  • Saarlouis with 116.3
  • Saalfeld-Rudolstadt with 116.3
  • Esslingen with 115.5
  • Oberbergischer Kreis with 115.0
  • Rems-Murr-Kreis with 114.2
  • Remscheid with 114.1
  • Waldeck-Frankenberg with 113.8
  • Limburg-Weilburg with 113.4
  • Dillingen a.d. Danube with 112.9
  • Worms with 112.5
  • Resin at 112.0
  • Kronach with 110.9
  • Altenburger Land with 110.8
  • Speyer with 110.8
  • Nordhausen with 110.3
  • Weimarer Land with 109.6
  • Hamm with 109.5
  • Ostalbkreis with 109.2
  • Weißenburg-Gunzenhausen with 108.7
  • Solingen with 108.6
  • Miltenberg with 108.0
  • Straubing arch with 107.8
  • Wuppertal with 107.3
  • Rhein-Erft-Kreis with 107.3
  • Augsburg with 106.6
  • Hohenlohekreis with 106.5
  • Nuremberg with 106.1
  • Stuttgart with 105.7
  • Landshut with 105.7
  • Olpe with 105.3
  • Schwalm-Eder-Kreis with 105.2
  • Yard with 104.8
  • Cologne with 104.6
  • Hersfeld-Rotenburg with 104.4
  • Stendal with 104.3
  • Göppingen with 104.2
  • Wittenberg with 104.0
  • Kassel with 103.9
  • Krefeld with 103.8
  • Berchtesgadener Land with 102.9
  • Gütersloh with 102.8
  • Mainz with 102.0
  • Rhön-Grabfeld with 101.7
  • Meissen with 101.4
  • Dortmund with 101.2
  • Salzlandkreis with 101.0
  • Suhl with 100.6
  • Ludwigsburg with 100.3

Cities and counties with the most infections

The districts or cities in Germany with the highest absolute infections are currently:

In relation to the size of the population, the following ranking results for the districts or cities with the highest infection rates:

Cities and counties with the highest number of deaths

Most COVID-19-induced deaths can currently be found in:

The arithmetical lethality or death rate (measured in deaths from infections) is currently highest in the following counties:

Tip: Would you like to have all the key figures for your city or district always available at a glance? You can find the individual pages for each city or district here.
Note: All key figures depend on the number of tests carried out and can only be compared to a limited extent. Data transmission from the local authorities to the RKI is sometimes delayed. No guarantee for the correctness and topicality of the data and information.