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1,076 Corona vaccinations in one day at townhouse vaccination center

The expansion of the Corona Vaccination Center at the Town House in terms of time, space and personnel is bearing results: on Thursday, November 25, 2021, for the first time more than 1,000 vaccinations were performed in one day. To be more precise: 1076 vaccinations. For comparison, in recent weeks there had been an average of about 400 vaccinations per day, and in recent days circa 500 vaccinations per day.

"This is a great success," says Dr. Susanne Engels, head of the Bonn health department. "My thanks go to all the staff, as well as the vaccination teams of the National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians, for their efforts." The townhouse vaccination center is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. There are now seven vaccination lines set up there. Immunizations are available without an appointment, and wait times should be expected.

Bonn residents can also get their first, second or booster vaccinations on all four Advent weekends. Vaccinations will take place at the Bonn-Information, Windeckstraße 1, in Bonn's pedestrian zone, on November 27 and 28, December 4 and 5, December 11 and 12, and December 18 and 19 between noon and 4 pm.

At all of the City of Bonn's immunization clinics, individuals 12 years of age and older can receive their first or second vaccinations - without an appointment. Booster vaccinations, also without an appointment, are also available. These are aimed at people according to STIKO recommendations. More information about the Corona vaccination is available online at  www.bonn.de/impfen.

Council meets in smaller session on December 9

In the meantime, Mayor Katja Dörner has reached a so-called target-strength agreement with the factions and groups in the Council. Therefore, the Council of the City of Bonn will meet on Thursday, December 9, for its last meeting in 2021 in a smaller form. Via this agreement, the number of seats will be reduced from 67 to 39. This is intended to reduce possible chains of infection and at the same time ensure that the council can meet with a quorum and that the majority ratios are reflected.

In addition, council members will be asked to continue to wear a medical mask during council meetings and to have a free rapid test done on the day of the council meeting.

7-day incidence at 292.2

The Corona incidence value for Bonn on Friday, November 26, 2021, based on 100,000 inhabitants* is 292.2. There are currently 1,512 laboratory-confirmed Covid 19 cases, and 966 new infections have been reported in the past seven days. 1685 people are in quarantine. 278 people in Bonn have died so far in connection with the coronavirus. An outbreak has currently occurred in a senior care facility. Seven residents and two employees are affected; all persons have been vaccinated.

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