[UPDATED APRIL 14] Munich Coronavirus (COVID-19) Current Stats & Figures

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These numbers were last updated on April 14, 2020. We will continue to update you all as new numbers become available.

Muenchen.de has just released a report on the current stats & figures on the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the city of Munich. For your convenience, we’ve translated and summarized the most important figures below:

As of April 14th, 2020 at 1:30pm, the city of Munich has reported:

    • 102 new coronavirus cases confirmed on Tuesday, April 14 (by 1:30pm)
    • 2363 people who have recovered so far
    • 63 coronavirus-related deaths
    • A total of 4717 infections (NOTE: This figure includes the aforementioned 2363 recoveries and 63 deaths)

Muenchen.de has also been releasing updates from police regarding checks and controls re: the current exit restrictions in place throughout the city. Their findings (translated from this article) are as follows:

  • From April 12 to the morning of April 13: 5900 checks,  317 violations (317 related to exit restrictions)
  • From April 11 to the morning of April 12: 6400 checks,  303 violations (291 related to exit restrictions)
  • From April 10 to the morning of April 11: 7000 checks,  289 violations (283 related to exit restrictions)
  • From April 9 to the morning of April 10: 8200 checks,  306 violations (298 related to exit restrictions)
  • From April 8 to the morning of April 9: 5400 checks,  189 violations (179 related to exit restrictions)
  • From April 7 to the morning of April 8: 6200 checks, 291 violations (283 related to exit restrictions)
  • From April 6 to the morning of April 7: 7700 checks,  221 violations (220 related to exit restrictions)
  • From April 5 to the morning of April 6: 10,000 checks, 277 violations (272 related to exit restrictions)
  • From April 4 to the morning of April 5: 9100 checks, 393 violations (374 related to exit restrictions)
  • From April 3 to the morning of April 4: 8200 checks, 242 violations (234 related to exit restrictions)
  • From April 2 to the morning of April 3: 6700 checks, 316 violations (290 related to exit restrictions)
  • From April 1 to the morning of April 2: 7000 checks, 263 violations (256 related to exit restrictions)
  • From March 31 to the morning of April 1: 4700 checks, 229 violations (all related to exit restrictions)
  • From March 30 to the morning of March 31: 4,500 checks, 140 violations (133 related to the current exit restrictions)
  • From Friday, March 27 to the morning of March 30: 18,000 checks, 781 violations (737 related to the current exit restrictions)

If you are reading this, we are sure you are already aware of the current exit restrictions in place (read about them here) and the fact that they have been extended until April 19 (read about that here). We urge you to please respect the rules and minimize social contact, no matter how tempting the sunshine is.

Munich Coronavirus Stats from the Past Few Weeks

If you are looking for previous official Coronavirus stats that have been released by the City fo Munich, here they are:

As of April 7th, 2020 at 1:30pm, the city of Munich has reported:

  • 90 new coronavirus cases confirmed on Tuesday, April 7 (by 1:30pm)
  • 1384 people who have recovered so far
  • 18 coronavirus-related deaths
  • A total of 3884 infections (NOTE: This figure includes the aforementioned 1384 recoveries and 18 deaths)

As of April 1st, 2020 at 1:30pm, the city of Munich had reported:

  • 227 new coronavirus cases confirmed on Wednesday, April 1 (by 1:30pm)
  • 487 people who have recovered so far
  • 9 coronavirus-related deaths
  • A total of 2,926 infections (NOTE: This figure includes the aforementioned 487 recoveries and 9 deaths)

Where to Get More Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information & Help in Munich

Lastly, as much as we try to translate and share the most important updates we can, the official City of Munich coronavirus page here is where you should look if you need any help or resources related to COVID-19. Click here to learn more, and stay safe!

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