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Informationen zum Coronavirus

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Current information

Mayor David Langner and Mayor Ulrike Mohrs take turns explaining the current state of affairs regarding the measures related to the coronavirus in Koblenz in update videos. The video is only available in German, but you can activate subtitles in other languages by clicking on the symbols in the downright corner. Click on the video to start an embedded application from YouTube. You can find all update videos on the city administration's YouTube channel.

  • 19.06.2020: One more patient has recovered in Koblenz

    8 of 613 positively tested patients are showing symptoms

    After another patient has recovered, the total number of active Corona cases in the area of responsibility of the Mayen-Koblenz Health Department has been reduced to 8.

    Of the 613 (+0 compared to yesterday) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 573 (+1 compared to yesterday) have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority is 0.0 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and 0.9 in the city of Koblenz. It remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid-19 virus.

    347 persons in the district and 266 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 325 have recovered in the district and 248 in the city of Koblenz.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 33 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 30 (30)
    • City of Koblenz: 266 (248 / † 17 + 1*)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (13)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (15 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (15)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 118 (105 / † 7 + 1*)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 20 (19)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    (*) Cause of death is unrelated to Corona infection.

    Citizens can contact the following hotlines if they have questions about the corona virus:

    •  District Service hotline: 0261/108-730
    •  Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666

    Both hotlines are available from Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Friday:
    11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Daily (including weekends and public holidays): 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 17.06.2020: 6 new corona infections in KO and MYK

    9 of 613 positively tested patients are showing symptoms

    There are currently a total of 3 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz: 2 in the district and 1 in the city.

    The persons tested positive for the coronavirus are 5 persons from the municipality of Rhein-Mosel, who had taken part in a private party together, as well as one person from the city of Andernach, who is not related to the aforementioned persons. Some contact persons have already been tested negative. The public health department is currently working hard to identify possible further contact persons.

    Of the 613 (+6 compared to yesterday) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 572 (+0 compared to yesterday) have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority is 0.0 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and 0.9 in the city of Koblenz. It remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid-19 virus.

    347 persons in the district and 266 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 325 have recovered in the district and 247 in the city of Koblenz.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 33 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 30 (30)
    • City of Koblenz: 266 (247 / † 17 + 1*)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (13)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (15 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (15)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 118 (105 / † 7 + 1*)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 20 (19)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    (*) Cause of death is unrelated to Corona infection.

    Citizens can contact the following hotlines if they have questions about the corona virus:

    •  District Service hotline: 0261/108-730
    •  Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666

    Both hotlines are available from Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Friday:
    11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Daily (including weekends and public holidays): 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 15.06.2020: No new corona infections in KO and MYK

    3 of 607 positively tested patients are showing symptoms - daily updates are now cancelled

    The press office of the district administration Mayen-Koblenz asks you to note the following:

    Even though the Corona pandemic is far from over, the current low number of cases in the area of responsibility of the Health Department of the District Administration of Mayen-Koblenz makes it possible to stop the daily report, which has been published for almost 14 weeks. Until further notice, the press office of the district administration will only inform about changes concerning new or known corona cases. Should it become necessary to return to daily reporting, this will of course be resumed immediately.

    There are currently a total of 3 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz: 2 in the district and 1 in the city.

    The two people from the district are patients who have been infected with the coronavirus for a long time and are being treated in hospitals. The person from Koblenz, who tested positive, has his primary residence in the city and therefore falls under the jurisdiction of the local health authority, but is in quarantine at his secondary residence outside of Rheinland-Pfalz.

    Of the 607 (+0 compared to yesterday) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 572 have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority is 0.0 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and 0.9 in the city of Koblenz. It remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid-19 virus.

    341 persons in the district and 265 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 325 have recovered in the district and 247 in the city of Koblenz.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 30 (30)
    • City of Koblenz: 266 (247 / † 17 + 1*)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (13)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (15 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (15)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (105 / † 7 + 1*)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 20 (19)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    (*) Cause of death is unrelated to Corona infection.

    Since the start of the outpatient clinics in Mayen and Koblenz on 10 March, a total of 6349 people have visited them. Of these, 4765 persons have had a reduction in the number of patients. In the past two weeks (weeks 23 and 24), 170 people have been tested in the two outpatient clinics - 68 in Mayen and 102 in Koblenz. The district administration of Mayen-Koblenz does not have any figures from further performances and tests in hospitals or other practices.

    Citizens can contact the following hotlines if they have questions about the corona virus:

    •  District Service hotline: 0261/108-730
    •  Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666

    Both hotlines are available from Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Friday:
    11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Daily (including weekends and public holidays): 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 10.06.2020: No new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    4 of 607 positively tested patients are showing symptoms

    There are currently a total of 5 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz: 3 in the district and 1 in the city.

    Of the 607 (+0 compared to yesterday) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 571 have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority is 0.0 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and 0.9 in the city of Koblenz. It remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid-19 virus.

    341 persons in the district and 265 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 324 have recovered in the district and 247 in the city of Koblenz.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 30 (29)
    • City of Koblenz: 266 (247 / † 17 + 1*)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (13)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (15 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (15)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (105 / † 7 + 1*)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 20 (19)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    (*) Cause of death is unrelated to Corona infection.

    Since the start of the clinics in Mayen and Koblenz on 10 March, a total of 6201 people have visited them so far. Of these, 4621 persons have been tested. In the past two weeks (weeks 21 and 22), 288 people have been tested in the two outpatient clinics - 101 of them in Mayen and 187 in Koblenz. The district administration of Mayen-Koblenz does not have any figures from further performances and tests in hospitals or other practices.

    Citizens can contact the following hotlines if they have questions about the corona virus:

    •  District Service hotline: 0261/108-730
    •  Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666

    Both hotlines are available from Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Friday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    After June 15th: Monday - Friday: 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Daily (including weekends and public holidays): 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 09.06.2020: One COVID-19 patient in Koblenz hospitals

    As of June 9th 2020, 12 a.m., one patient infected with COVID-19 is being treated in hospitals in Koblenz. From now on, this number will only be updated in case of new developments.

  • 09.06.2020: One new case of corona virus in KO and MYK

    5 of 607 positively tested patients are showing symptoms

    There are currently a total of 5 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz: 3 in the district and 2 in the city.

    Of the 607 (+1 compared to yesterday) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 568 have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority is 0.0 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and 0.9 in the city of Koblenz. It remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid-19 virus.

    341 persons in the district and 265 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 324 have recovered in the district and 246 in the city of Koblenz.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 30 (29)
    • City of Koblenz: 266 (246 / † 17 + 1*)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (13)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (15 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (15)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (105 / † 7 + 1*)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 20 (19)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    (*) Cause of death is unrelated to Corona infection.

    Since the start of the clinics in Mayen and Koblenz on 10 March, a total of 6201 people have visited them so far. Of these, 4621 persons have been tested. In the past two weeks (weeks 21 and 22), 288 people have been tested in the two outpatient clinics - 101 of them in Mayen and 187 in Koblenz. The district administration of Mayen-Koblenz does not have any figures from further performances and tests in hospitals or other practices.

    Citizens can contact the following hotlines if they have questions about the corona virus:

    •  District Service hotline: 0261/108-730
    •  Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666

    Both hotlines are available from Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Friday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    After June 15th: Monday - Friday: 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Daily (including weekends and public holidays): 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 08.06.2020: No new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    5 of 606 positively tested patients are still showing symptoms

    There are currently a total of 5 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz: 3 in the district and 2 in the city.

    Of the 606 (+0 compared to yesterday) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 568 have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority is 0.0 in both the district of Mayen-Koblenz and the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid-19 virus.

    341 persons in the district and 265 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 324 have recovered in the district and 245 in the city of Koblenz.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 30 (29)
    • City of Koblenz: 265 (245 / † 17 + 1*)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (13)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (15 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (15)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (105 / † 7 + 1*)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 20 (19)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    (*) Cause of death is unrelated to Corona infection.

    Since the start of the clinics in Mayen and Koblenz on 10 March, a total of 6201 people have visited them so far. Of these, 4621 persons have been tested. In the past two weeks (weeks 21 and 22), 288 people have been tested in the two outpatient clinics - 101 of them in Mayen and 187 in Koblenz. The district administration of Mayen-Koblenz does not have any figures from further performances and tests in hospitals or other practices.

    Citizens can contact the following hotlines if they have questions about the corona virus:

    •  District Service hotline: 0261/108-730
    •  Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666

    Both hotlines are available from Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Friday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Daily (including weekends and public holidays): 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 05.06.2020: No COVID-19 patient in Koblenz hospitals

    As of June 5th 2020, 10 a.m., no patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz. From now on, this number will only be updated in case of new developments.

  • 05.06.2020: Again no new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    5 of 606 positively tested patients are still showing symptoms

    There are currently a total of 5 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz: 3 in the district and 2 in the city.

    Of the 606 (+0 compared to yesterday) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 568 have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority is 0.5 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and 0,0 in the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid-19 virus.

    341 persons in the district and 265 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 324 have recovered in the district and 245 in the city of Koblenz.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 30 (29)
    • City of Koblenz: 265 (245 / † 17 + 1*)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (13)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (15 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (15)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (105 / † 7 + 1*)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 20 (19)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    (*) Cause of death is unrelated to Corona infection.

    Since the start of the clinics in Mayen and Koblenz on 10 March, a total of 6201 people have visited them so far. Of these, 4621 persons have been tested. In the past two weeks (weeks 21 and 22), 288 people have been tested in the two outpatient clinics - 101 of them in Mayen and 187 in Koblenz. The district administration of Mayen-Koblenz does not have any figures from further performances and tests in hospitals or other practices.

    Citizens can contact the following hotlines if they have questions about the corona virus:

    •  District Service hotline: 0261/108-730
    •  Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666

    Both hotlines are available from Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Friday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Daily (including weekends and public holidays): 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 04.06.2020: Again no new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    6 of 606 positively tested patients are still showing symptoms

    There are currently a total of 6 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz: 4 in the district and 2 in the city.

    Of the 606 (+0 compared to yesterday) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 568 have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority is 0.5 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and 0,0 in the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid-19 virus.

    341 persons in the district and 265 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 323 have recovered in the district and 245 in the city of Koblenz.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 30 (29)
    • City of Koblenz: 265 (245 / † 17 + 1*)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (12)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (15 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (15)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (105 / † 7 + 1*)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 20 (19)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    (*) Cause of death is unrelated to Corona infection.

    Since the start of the clinics in Mayen and Koblenz on 10 March, a total of 6201 people have visited them so far. Of these, 4621 persons have been tested. In the past two weeks (weeks 21 and 22), 288 people have been tested in the two outpatient clinics - 101 of them in Mayen and 187 in Koblenz. The district administration of Mayen-Koblenz does not have any figures from further performances and tests in hospitals or other practices.

    Citizens can contact the following hotlines if they have questions about the corona virus:

    •  District Service hotline: 0261/108-730
    •  Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666

    Both hotlines are available from Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Friday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Daily (including weekends and public holidays): 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 03.06.2020: No more COVID-19 patient in Koblenz hospitals

    As of June 3rd 2020, 12 a.m., no patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz.

  • 03.06.2020: Again no new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    6 of 606 positively tested patients are still showing symptoms

    There are currently a total of 6 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz: 4 in the district and 2 in the city.

    Of the 606 (+0 compared to yesterday) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 568 have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority is 0.9 in both the district of Mayen-Koblenz and the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid-19 virus.

    341 persons in the district and 265 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 323 have recovered in the district and 245 in the city of Koblenz.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 30 (29)
    • City of Koblenz: 265 (245 / † 17 + 1*)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (12)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (15 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (15)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (105 / † 7 + 1*)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 20 (19)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    (*) Cause of death is unrelated to Corona infection.

    Since the start of the clinics in Mayen and Koblenz on 10 March, a total of 6201 people have visited them so far. Of these, 4621 persons have been tested. In the past two weeks (weeks 21 and 22), 288 people have been tested in the two outpatient clinics - 101 of them in Mayen and 187 in Koblenz. The district administration of Mayen-Koblenz does not have any figures from further performances and tests in hospitals or other practices.

    Citizens can contact the following hotlines if they have questions about the corona virus:

    •  District Service hotline: 0261/108-730
    •  Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666

    Both hotlines are available from Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Friday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 02.06.2020: No new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    6 of 606 positively tested patients are still showing symptoms

    There are currently a total of 6 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz: 4 in the district and 2 in the city.

    Of the 606 (+0 compared to yesterday) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 568 have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority is 0.9 in both the district of Mayen-Koblenz and the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid-19 virus.

    341 persons in the district and 265 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 323 have recovered in the district and 245 in the city of Koblenz.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 30 (29)
    • City of Koblenz: 265 (245 / † 17 + 1*)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (12)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (15 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (15)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (105 / † 7 + 1*)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 20 (19)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    (*) Cause of death is unrelated to Corona infection.

    Citizens can contact the following hotlines if they have questions about the corona virus:

    •  District Service hotline: 0261/108-730
    •  Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666

    Both hotlines are available from Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Friday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 29.05.2020: One COVID-19 patient in Koblenz hospitals

    As of May 29th 2020, 12 a.m., one patient infected with COVID-19 is being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, the same number as yesterday.

  • 29.05.2020: No new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    5 of 605 positively tested patients are still showing symptoms

    There are currently a total of 5 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz: 3 in the district and 2 in the city.

    Of the 605 (+0 compared to yesterday) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 568 have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority is 0.5 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and 0.9 in the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid-19 virus.

    340 persons in the district and 265 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 323 have recovered in the district and 245 in the city of Koblenz.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (29)
    • City of Koblenz: 265 (245 / † 17 + 1*)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (12)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (15 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (15)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (105 / † 7 + 1*)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 20 (19)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    (*) Cause of death is unrelated to Corona infection.

    Citizens can contact the following hotlines if they have questions about the corona virus:

    •  District Service hotline: 0261/108-730
    •  Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666

    Both hotlines are available from Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Friday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 28.05.2020: One new case of corona virus in KO and MYK

    5 of 605 positively tested patients are still showing symptoms

    There are currently a total of 5 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz: 3 in the district and 2 in the city.

    Of the 605 (+1 compared to yesterday) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 568 have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority is 0.5 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and 0.9 in the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid-19 virus.

    340 persons in the district and 265 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 323 have recovered in the district and 245 in the city of Koblenz.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (29)
    • City of Koblenz: 265 (245 / † 17 + 1*)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (12)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (15 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (15)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (105 / † 7 + 1*)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 20 (19)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    (*) Cause of death is unrelated to Corona infection.

    Citizens can contact the following hotlines if they have questions about the corona virus:

    •  District Service hotline: 0261/108-730
    •  Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666

    Both hotlines are available from Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Friday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 27.05.2020: One new case of corona virus in KO and MYK

    4 of 604 positively tested patients are still showing symptoms

    There are currently a total of 4 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz: 2 in the district and 2 in the city.

    Of the 604 (+1 compared to yesterday) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 568 have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority is 0.0 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and 0.9 in the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid-19 virus.

    339 persons in the district and 265 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 323 have recovered in the district and 245 in the city of Koblenz.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (29)
    • City of Koblenz: 265 (245 / † 17 + 1*)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (12)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (15 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (15)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (105 / † 7 + 1*)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (19)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    (*) Cause of death is unrelated to Corona infection.

    Citizens can contact the following hotlines if they have questions about the corona virus:

    •  District Service hotline: 0261/108-730
    •  Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666

    Both hotlines are available from Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Friday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 26.05.2020: One COVID-19 patient in Koblenz hospitals

    As of May 26th 2020, 11 a.m., one patient infected with COVID-19 is being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, one more than yesterday.

  • 26.05.2020: Again no new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    3 of 604 positively tested patients are still showing symptoms

    There are currently a total of 3 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz: 2 in the district and 1 in the city.

    Of the 603 (+0 compared to yesterday) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 568 have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority is 0.0 in both the district of Mayen-Koblenz and the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid-19 virus.

    339 persons in the district and 264 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 323 have recovered in the district and 245 in the city of Koblenz.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (29)
    • City of Koblenz: 264 (245 / † 17 + 1*)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (12)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (15 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (15)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (105 / † 7 + 1*)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (19)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    (*) Cause of death is unrelated to Corona infection.

    Citizens can contact the follwing hotlines if they have questions about the corona virus:

    •  District Service hotline: 0261/108-730
    •  Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666

    Both hotlines are available from Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Friday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 25.05.2020: No COVID-19 patient in Koblenz hospitals

    As of May 25th 2020, 12 a.m., no patient infected with COVID-19 is being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, one less than yesterday.

  • 25.05.2020: Again no new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    4 of 604 positively tested patients are still showing symptoms

    There are currently a total of 4 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz: 2 in the district and 2 in the city.

    Of the 603 (+0 compared to yesterday) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 567 have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority is 0.0 in both the district of Mayen-Koblenz and the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid-19 virus.

    339 persons in the district and 264 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 323 have recovered in the district and 244 in the city of Koblenz.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (29)
    • City of Koblenz: 264 (244 / † 17 + 1*)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (12)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (15 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (15)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (105 / † 7 + 1*)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (19)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    (*) Cause of death is unrelated to Corona infection.

    Citizens can contact the follwing hotlines if they have questions about the corona virus:

    •  District Service hotline: 0261/108-730
    •  Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666

    Both hotlines are available from Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Friday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 22.05.2020: 1 COVID-19 patient in Koblenz hospitals

    As of May 22nd 2020, 11 a.m., 1 patient infected with COVID-19 is being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, the same number as yesterday.

  • 22.05.2020: No new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    4 of 604 positively tested patients are still showing symptoms

    There are currently a total of 4 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz: 2 in the district and 2 in the city.

    Of the 603 (+0 compared to yesterday) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 567 have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority is 0.0 in both the district of Mayen-Koblenz and the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid-19 virus.

    339 persons in the district and 264 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 323 have recovered in the district and 244 in the city of Koblenz.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (29)
    • City of Koblenz: 264 (244 / † 17 + 1*)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (12)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (15 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (15)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (105 / † 7 + 1*)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (19)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    (*) Cause of death is unrelated to Corona infection.

    Citizens can contact the follwing hotlines if they have questions about the corona virus:

    •  District Service hotline: 0261/108-730
    •  Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666

    Both hotlines are available from Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Friday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 20.05.2020: 1 COVID-19 patient in Koblenz hospitals

    As of May 20th 2020, 12 a.m., 1 patient infected with COVID-19 is being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, the same number as yesterday.

  • 20.05.2020: No new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    8 of 604 positively tested patients are still showing symptoms

    There are currently a total of 7 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz: 2 in the district and 5 in the city.

    Of the 603 (-1 compared to yesterday because a second test of a previously positively tested person showed negative results) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 564 have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority is 0.5 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and 0.0 the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid-19 virus.

    339 persons in the district and 265 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 323 have recovered in the district and 241 in the city of Koblenz.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (29)
    • City of Koblenz: 264 (241 / † 17 + 1*)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (12)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (15 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (15)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (105 / † 7 + 1*)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (19)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    (*) Cause of death is unrelated to Corona infection.

    Citizens can contact the follwing hotlines if they have questions about the corona virus:

    •  District Service hotline: 0261/108-730
    •  Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666

    Both hotlines are available from Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Friday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!
    After May 18th, the clinic will be open daily (including weekends and public holidays) from 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.

  • 19.05.2020: No new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    8 of 604 positively tested patients are still showing symptoms

    There are currently a total of 8 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz: 2 in the district and 6 in the city.

    Of the 604 (+0 compared to yesterday) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 564 have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority is 0.5 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and 0.9 the city of Koblenz. However, it is still important to bear in mind: Neither this momentary situation nor the number of people recovered are a reason to sound a premature all-clear.

    339 persons in the district and 265 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 323 have recovered in the district and 241 in the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid-19 virus.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (29)
    • City of Koblenz: 265 (241 / † 17 + 1*)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (12)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (15 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (15)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (105 / † 7 + 1*)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (19)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    (*) Cause of death is unrelated to Corona infection.

    Citizens can contact the follwing hotlines if they have questions about the corona virus:

    •  District Service hotline: 0261/108-730
    •  Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666

    Both hotlines are available from Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Friday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!
    After May 18th, the clinic will be open daily (including weekends and public holidays) from 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.

  • 18.05.2020: 2 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz hospitals

    As of May 18th 2020, 11 a.m., 2 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, the same number as yesterday.

  • 18.05.2020: One new case of corona virus in KO and MYK

    10 of 604 positively tested patients are still showing symptoms

    There are currently a total of 10 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz: 4 in the district and 6 in the city.

    Of the 604 (+1 compared to yesterday) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 560 have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority is 0.5 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and 0.9 the city of Koblenz. However, it is still important to bear in mind: Neither this momentary situation nor the number of people recovered are a reason to sound a premature all-clear.

    339 persons in the district and 265 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 321 have recovered in the district and 241 in the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid-19 virus.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (29)
    • City of Koblenz: 265 (241 / † 17 + 1*)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (12)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (15 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (14)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (105 / † 7 + 1*)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (18)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    (*) Cause of death is unrelated to Corona infection.

    Citizens can contact the follwing hotlines if they have questions about the corona virus:

    •  District Service hotline: 0261/108-730
    •  Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666

    Both hotlines are available from Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Friday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!
    After May 18th, the clinic will be open daily (including weekends and public holidays) from 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.

  • 17.05.2020: 2 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz hospitals

    As of May 17th 2020, 2 p.m., 2 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, one less than yesterday.

  • 17.05.2020: No new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    11 of 603 positively tested patients are still showing symptoms

    There are currently a total of 11 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz: 4 in the district and 7 in the city.

    Of the 603 (+0 compared to yesterday) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 560 have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority is 0.5 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and 0.0 the city of Koblenz. However, it is still important to bear in mind: Neither this momentary situation nor the number of people recovered are a reason to sound a premature all-clear.

    339 persons in the district and 264 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 321 have recovered in the district and 239 in the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid-19 virus.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (29)
    • City of Koblenz: 264 (239 / † 17 + 1*)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (12)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (15 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (14)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (105 / † 7 + 1*)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (18)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    (*) Cause of death is unrelated to Corona infection.

    Citizens can contact the follwing hotlines if they have questions about the corona virus:

    •  District Service hotline: 0261/108-730
    •  Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666

    Both hotlines are available from Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Friday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!
    After May 18th, the clinic will be open daily (including weekends and public holidays) from 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.

  • 16.05.2020: 3 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz hospitals

    As of May 16th 2020, 12 a.m., 3 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, two less than yesterday.

  • 16.05.2020: No new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    11 of 603 positively tested patients are still showing symptoms

    There are currently a total of 11 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz: 4 in the district and 7 in the city.

    Of the 603 (+0 compared to yesterday) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 560 have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority is 0.5 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and 0.0 the city of Koblenz. However, it is still important to bear in mind: Neither this momentary situation nor the number of people recovered are a reason to sound a premature all-clear.

    339 persons in the district and 264 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 321 have recovered in the district and 239 in the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid-19 virus.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (29)
    • City of Koblenz: 264 (239 / † 17 + 1*)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (12)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (15 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (14)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (105 / † 7 + 1*)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (18)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    (*) Cause of death is unrelated to Corona infection.

    Citizens can contact the follwing hotlines if they have questions about the corona virus:

    •  District Service hotline: 0261/108-730
    •  Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666

    Both hotlines are available from Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Friday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!
    After May 18th, the clinic will be open daily (including weekends and public holidays) from 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.

  • 15.05.2020: 5 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz hospitals

    As of May 15th 2020, 11 a.m., 5 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, one less than yesterday.

  • 15.05.2020: One new case of corona virus in KO and MYK

    14 of 603 positively tested patients are still showing symptoms

    There are currently a total of 14 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz: 5 in the district and 9 in the city.

    Of the 603 (+1 compared to yesterday) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 557 have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority is 0.5 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and 0.0 the city of Koblenz. However, it is still important to bear in mind: Neither this momentary situation nor the number of people recovered are a reason to sound a premature all-clear.

    339 persons in the district and 264 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 320 have recovered in the district and 237 in the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid 19 virus.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (29)
    • City of Koblenz: 264 (237 / † 17 + 1*)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (12)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (15 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (14)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (104 / † 7 + 1*)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (18)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    (*) Cause of death is unrelated to Corona infection.

    Citizens can contact the follwing hotlines if they have questions about the corona virus:

    •  District Service hotline: 0261/108-730
    •  Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666

    Both hotlines are available from Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Friday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!
    After May 18th, the clinic will be open daily (including weekends and public holidays) from 12 a.m. - 2 p.m.

  • 14.05.2020: 7 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz hospitals

    As of May 14th 2020, 10 a.m., 6 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, one less than yesterday.

  • 14.05.2020: Again no new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    17 of 602 positively tested patients are still showing symptoms

    There are currently a total of 17 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz: 7 in the district and 10 in the city.

    Of the 602 (+0 compared to yesterday) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 551 have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority are 0.0 in both the district of Mayen-Koblenz and the city of Koblenz. There have been no new infections in the district since April 30th and no new infections in the city since May 6th. However, it is still important to bear in mind: Neither this momentary situation nor the number of people recovered are a reason to sound a premature all-clear.

    338 persons in the district and 264 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 317 have recovered in the district and 236 in the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid 19 virus.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (29)
    • City of Koblenz: 264 (236 / † 17)
    • City of Mayen: 12 (11)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (15 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (13)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (103 / † 7)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (18)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    Citizens can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 13.05.2020: State government introduces "Zukunftshilfe Rheinland-Pfalz"

    Giving all areas of life and business a reliable perspective, shaping the changed everyday life and thereby controlling the occurrence of infections, this is the aim of 'Future Perspective Rheinland-Pfalz', which was adopted by the Council of Ministers. The concept follows the triad "Protect health - preserve civil liberties - strengthen the economy": Further information on this can be found at  www.rlp.de.

  • 13.05.2020: 7 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz hospitals

    As of May 13th 2020, 11 a.m., 7 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, one less than yesterday.

  • 13.05.2020: No new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    19 of 602 positively tested patients are still showing symptoms

    There are currently a total of 19 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz: 9 in the district and 10 in the city.

    Of the 602 (+0 compared to yesterday) people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 551 have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, two infected patients have died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority are 0.0 in both the district of Mayen-Koblenz and the city of Koblenz. There have been no new infections in the district since April 30th and no new infections in the city since May 6th. However, it is still important to bear in mind: Neither this momentary situation nor the number of people recovered are a reason to sound a premature all-clear.

    338 persons in the district and 264 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 315 have recovered in the district and 236 in the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid 19 virus.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (28)
    • City of Koblenz: 264 (236 / † 17)
    • City of Mayen: 12 (11)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (25 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (14 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (13)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (103 / † 7)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (18)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (45)

    Citizens can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 12.05.2020: 8 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz hospitals

    As of May 12th 2020, 12 a.m., 8 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, one less than yesterday.

  • 12.05.2020: No new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    543 of 602 positively tested patients have recovered

    There are currently a total of 28 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz. Of the 602 people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 543 have already recovered. We are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, an infected person from Koblenz has died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority are 0.0 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and 1.8 in the city of Koblenz. 50 new infections within one week per 100,000 inhabitants are currently considered the critical threshold nationwide. However, it is still important to bear in mind: Neither this momentary situation nor the number of people recovered are a reason to sound a premature all-clear.

    338 persons in the district and 264 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 311 have recovered in the district and 232 in the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid 19 virus.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (28)
    • City of Koblenz: 264 (232 / † 17)
    • City of Mayen: 12 (11)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (24 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (14 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (13)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (101 / † 7)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (18)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (44)

    Citizens can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 11.05.2020: 9 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz hospitals

    As of May 11th 2020, 12 a.m., 9 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, the same number as yesterday.

  • 11.05.2020: No new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    541 of 602 positively tested patients have recovered

    There are currently a total of 31 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz. Of the 602 people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 541 have already recovered. In addition, we are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, an infected person from Koblenz has died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority are 0.0 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and 1.8 in the city of Koblenz. 50 new infections within one week per 100,000 inhabitants are currently considered the critical threshold nationwide. However, it is still important to bear in mind: Neither this momentary situation nor the number of people recovered are a reason to sound a premature all-clear.

    338 persons in the district and 264 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 311 have recovered in the district and 230 in the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid 19 virus.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (28)
    • City of Koblenz: 264 (230 / † 17)
    • City of Mayen: 12 (11)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (24 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (14 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (13)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (101 / † 7)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (18)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (44)

    Since the start of the Corona clinics in Mayen and Koblenz on 10 March, a total of 5690 people have visited them so far. Of these, 4125 persons have been tested. In the past two weeks (calendar weeks 18 and 19), 509 people have been tested in the two outpatient clinics - 193 in Mayen and 316 in Koblenz. The district administration of Mayen-Koblenz can not publish any figures concerning further visits and tests in hospitals or other practices.

    Citizens can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 10.05.2020: 9 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz hospitals

    As of May 10th 2020, 1 p.m., 9 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, two less than yesterday.

  • 10.05.2020: No new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    540 of 602 positively tested patients have recovered

    There are currently a total of 31 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz. Of the 602 people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 540 have already recovered. In addition, we are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. In addition, an infected person from Koblenz has died but the cause of death is not related to Corona.

    The confirmed new infections of the past seven days per 100,000 inhabitants per local authority are 0.0 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and 1.8 in the city of Koblenz. 50 new infections within one week per 100,000 inhabitants are currently considered the critical threshold nationwide. However, it is still important to bear in mind: Neither this momentary situation nor the number of people recovered are a reason to sound a premature all-clear.

    338 persons in the district and 264 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 310 have recovered in the district and 230 in the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid 19 virus.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (28)
    • City of Koblenz: 264 (230 / † 17)
    • City of Mayen: 12 (11)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (24 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (14 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (13)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (101 / † 7)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (18)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (43)

    Citizens can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Citizens may also contact the states Corona Hotline via 0800 / 575 81 00.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 09.05.2020: 11 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz hospitals

    As of May 9th 2020, 1 p.m., 11 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, the same number as yesterday.

  • 09.05.2020: No new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    534 of 602 positively tested patients have recovered

    There are currently a total of 37 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz. Of the 602 people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 534 have already recovered. In addition, we are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. However, it is still important to bear in mind: Neither this momentary situation nor the number of people recovered are a reason to sound a premature all-clear.

    338 persons in the district and 264 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 309 have recovered in the district and 225 in the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid 19 virus.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (28)
    • City of Koblenz: 264 (225 / † 17)
    • City of Mayen: 12 (11)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (24 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (14 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (13)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (101 / † 7)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (18)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (42)

    Citizens can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen. You can visit them without setting an appointment beforehand.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    Saturday, May 9th, 2020:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 08.05.2020: 11 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz hospitals

    As of May 8th 2020, 11 a.m., 11 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, one less than yesterday.

  • 08.05.2020: New service hours for Corona hotlines

    Telephone service in future from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Due to declining demand from the population, the district of Mayen-Koblenz and the city of Koblenz are adjusting the accessibility of their Corona Hotlines. Both the corona hotline of the district (0261/108-730) and the citizen's telephone of the city of Koblenz (0261/129-6666) can be reached from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m after May 9th.

    In recent weeks, the district administration of Mayen-Koblenz has been available for citizens seven days a week with one of the first corona hotlines in the country. Almost 16,500 calls have since been received at the district hall. The questions from the population were broadly diversified: Initially, the need for information was mainly related to clinical questions concerning a corona infection, but later there were questions about outpatient clinics, legal regulations, quarantine orders or other very individual problems. "At present, the current situation with few new infections and thus significantly fewer questions from citizens allows us to give our hotline staff their free weekend back. Should the numbers increase significantly again, we will of course adjust the hotline times accordingly," says office manager Petra Kretzschmann.

    Citizens can also find all important information about the corona virus on the website of the district administration at  www.kvmyk.de/corona. In addition, questions can also be sent to the e-mail address corona@kvmyk.de. As a further service offer, citizens can also use the Corona Hotline of the state of Rheinland-Pfalz, which can be reached under 0800 / 575 81 00 Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on weekends from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

  • 08.05.2020: Two new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    531 of 602 positively tested patients have recovered

    There are currently a total of 40 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz. Of the 602 people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 531 have already recovered. In addition, we are mourning a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. However, it is still important to bear in mind: Neither this momentary situation nor the number of people recovered is a reason to sound a premature all-clear.

    338 persons in the district and 264 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 307 have recovered in the district and 224 in the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that all citizens continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid 19 virus.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (28)
    • City of Koblenz: 264 (224 / † 17)
    • City of Mayen: 12 (11)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (23 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (14 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (13)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 113 (101 / † 7)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (17)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (42)

    Citizens can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    Saturday, May 9th, 2020:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 07.05.2020: 12 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz hospitals

    As of May 7th 2020, 11 a.m., 12 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, two less than yesterday.

  • 07.05.2020: One new case of corona virus in KO and MYK

    524 of 600 positively tested patients have recovered

    There are currently a total of 46 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz. Of the 600 people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 524 have already recovered. In addition, there are a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. However, it is still important to bear in mind: Neither this momentary situation nor the number of people recovered is a reason to sound a premature all-clear.

    337 persons in the district and 263 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 305 have recovered in the district and 219 in the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that people continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid 19 virus.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients and deaths (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (28)
    • City of Mayen: 12 (11)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (23 / † 2)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (14 / † 2)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (13)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 112 (100 / † 7)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26 / † 2)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (17)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (41)

    Citizens can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    Saturday, May 9th, 2020:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 06.05.2020: 14 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz hospitals

    As of May 6th 2020, 1 p.m., 14 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, two less than yesterday.

  • 06.05.2020: Two new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    518 of 599 positively tested patients have recovered

    There are currently a total of 51 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz. Of the 599 people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 518 have already recovered. In addition, there are a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. However, it is still important to bear in mind: Neither this momentary situation nor the number of people recovered is a reason to sound a premature all-clear.

    337 persons in the district and 262 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. Of the total number of people who tested positive, 302 have recovered in the district and 216 in the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that people continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid 19 virus.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (27)
    • City of Mayen: 12 (11)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (23)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (14)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (13)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 112 (98)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (17)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (41)

    Citizens can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    Saturday, May 9th, 2020:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 05.05.2020: 16 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz hospitals

    As of May 5th 2020, 12 a.m., 16 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, the same number as yesterday.

  • 05.05.2020: Again no new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    506 of 597 positively tested patients have recovered

    There are currently a total of 60 active corona cases in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and in the city of Koblenz. Of the 597 people from the city and district in which the corona virus was detected, 507 have already recovered. In addition, there are a total of 30 deaths - 13 in the district and 17 in Koblenz - that are related to a coronavirus infection. However, it is still important to bear in mind: Neither this momentary situation nor the number of people recovered is a reason to sound a premature all-clear.

    337 persons in the district and 260 persons in the city of Koblenz have been tested positive so far. In comparison to the yesterday's report, two fewer people are counted in Koblenz, as these do not fall within the area of responsibility of the Mayen-Koblenz Health Department. This concerns two individuals who have only been in Koblenz old people's homes for short-term care but are registered with the police elsewhere.

    Of the total number of people who tested positive, 299 have recovered in the district and 208 in the city of Koblenz. Nevertheless, it remains important that people continue to comply with the state's current ordinance to combat the Covid 19 virus.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (27)
    • City of Mayen: 12 (11)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (23)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (13)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (13)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 112 (96)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (17)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (41)

    Citizens can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 04.05.2020: 16 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz hospitals

    As of May 4th 2020, 12 a.m., 16 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, one less than yesterday.

  • 04.05.2020: No new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    506 of 599 positively tested patients have recovered

    The total number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district stays at 599. Since the beginning of testing, a total of 262 people from the city of Koblenz and 337 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. This is a momentary situation. The consequences of the lessened rules will only be noticeable in the coming weeks. Neither the case stagnation nor the growing number of recoverees are a cause for a premature all-clear. It continues to be important for everyone to comply with the country's regulation to combat coronavirus.

    So far, there have been thirteen deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and seventeen deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection. Of the total number of people who tested positive in the city and district, 506 have recovered. Of these, 208 live in the city of Koblenz and 298 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (27)
    • City of Mayen: 12 (11)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (23)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (12)*
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (13)*
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 112 (96)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (17)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (41)

    (*) The number of recoverees in the municipalities of Mendig and Pellenz had been confounded in yesterday's listing. We apologize for this error.

    Since the start of the Corona clinics in Mayen and Koblenz on March 10, a total of 5,430 people have visited them. Of these, 3874 people have been tested. In the past two weeks (calendar week 17 and 18), 517 people were tested in the two clinics - 175 of them in Mayen and 342 in Koblenz. The Mayen-Koblenz district administration does not have any numbers for further tests in hospitals or other practices.

    Citizens can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 03.05.2020: 17 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz hospitals

    As of May 3rd 2020, 1 p.m., 17 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, two less than yesterday.

  • 03.05.2020: No new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    505 of 599 positively tested patients have recovered

    The total number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district stays at 599. Since the beginning of testing, a total of 262 people from the city of Koblenz and 337 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. This is a momentary situation. The consequences of the lessened rules will only be noticeable in the coming weeks. Neither the case stagnation nor the growing number of recoverees are a cause for a premature all-clear. It continues to be important for everyone to comply with the country's regulation to combat coronavirus.

    So far, there have been thirteen deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and seventeen deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection. Of the total number of people who tested positive in the city and district, 505 have recovered. Of these, 208 live in the city of Koblenz and 297 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (27)
    • City of Mayen: 12 (11)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (22)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (13)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (12)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 112 (96)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (26)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (17)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (41)

    Citizens can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 02.05.2020: 19 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz hospitals

    As of May 2nd 2020, 2 p.m., 19 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, the same number as yesterday.

  • 02.05.2020: No new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    495 of 599 positively tested patients have recovered

    The total number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district stays at 599. Since the beginning of testing, a total of 262 people from the city of Koblenz and 337 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. This is a momentary situation. The consequences of the lessened rules will only be noticeable in the coming weeks. Neither the case stagnation nor the growing number of recoverees are a cause for a premature all-clear. It continues to be important for everyone to comply with the country's regulation to combat coronavirus.

    So far, there have been thirteen deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and seventeen deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection. Of the total number of people who tested positive in the city and district, 495 have recovered. Of these, 202 live in the city of Koblenz and 293 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (27)
    • City of Mayen: 12 (11)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (21)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (12)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (12)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 112 (95)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (25)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (17)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (41)

    On May 1st and the following weekend, the Corona Clinics of Koblenz (CGM Arena Oberwerth) and Mayen (In der Weiersbach) will be opening as follows:

    The Clinic in Koblenz will be closed on May 1st and May 3rd. On Saturday, May 2nd, it will open between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. The Corona Clinic in Mayen will continuously open from Friday to Sunday between 1 and 3 p.m.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. The hotline is available until April 30th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and from May 1st to May 3rd between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • 01.05.2020: 19 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz hospitals

    As of May 1st 2020, 12 a.m., 19 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, the same number as yesterday.

  • 01.05.2020: 2 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    490 of over 600 positively tested patients have recovered

    The total number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz has reached a new total of 599. Since the beginning of testing, a total of 262 people from the city of Koblenz and 337 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been thirteen deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and seventeen deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    Of the total number of people who tested positive in the city and district, 494 have recovered. Of these, 201 live in the city of Koblenz and 293 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz. Nevertheless, it continues to be important for everyone to comply with the country's regulation to combat coronavirus.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 29 (27)
    • City of Mayen: 12 (11)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (21)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (12)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (12)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 112 (95)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (25)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (17)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (41)

    On May 1st and the following weekend, the Corona Clinics of Koblenz (CGM Arena Oberwerth) and Mayen (In der Weiersbach) will be opening as follows:

    The Clinic in Koblenz will be closed on May 1st and May 3rd. On Saturday, May 2nd, it will open between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. The Corona Clinic in Mayen will continuously open from Friday to Sunday between 1 and 3 p.m.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. The hotline is available until April 30th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and from May 1st to May 3rd between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • 30.04.2020: Fifth Corona Control Ordinance of the state of Rheinland-Pfalz

    The Fifth Corona Control Ordinance of the state of Rheinland-Pfalz brings further relaxation, e.g. in terms of sales areas (also possible over 800 square metres), hairdressers (can open from May 4th) or church services and prayer events (possible under certain conditions). 

    The regulation comes into force on May 3rd and is valid until May 17th, 2020. The state has summarised the main changes in a press release: Press release of the state government of April 30th, 2020.

  • 30.04.2020: 19 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz hospitals

    As of April 30th 2020, 11 a.m., 19 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, five less than yesterday. This information will be continuously updated.

  • 30.04.2020: 7 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    490 of over 600 positively tested patients have recovered

    The total number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz has reached a new total of 597. Since the beginning of testing, a total of 261 people from the city of Koblenz and 336 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been thirteen deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and sixteen deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    Of the total number of people who tested positive in the city and district, 490 have recovered. Of these, 200 live in the city of Koblenz and 290 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz. Nevertheless, it continues to be important for everyone to comply with the country's regulation to combat coronavirus.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 28 (27)
    • City of Mayen: 12 (10)
    • VG Maifeld: 28 (21)
    • VG Mendig: 17 (12)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (11)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 112 (95)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (24)
    • VG Vordereifel: 19 (17)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (41)

    On May 1st and the following weekend, the Corona Clinics of Koblenz (CGM Arena Oberwerth) and Mayen (In der Weiersbach) will be opening as follows:

    The Clinic in Koblenz will be closed on May 1st and May 3rd. On Saturday, May 2nd, it will open between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. The Corona Clinic in Mayen will continuously open from Friday to Sunday between 1 and 3 p.m.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. The hotline is available until April 30th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and from May 1st to May 3rd between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • 29.04.2020: 24 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz hospitals

    As of April 29th 2020, 12 a.m., 24 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, three less than yesterday. This information will be continuously updated.

  • 29.04.2020: No new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    Over 480 of the total of 590 positively tested patients have recovered

    The total number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district stays at 590. Since the beginning of testing, a total of 259 people from the city of Koblenz and 331 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. This is a momentary situation. The consequences of the lessened rules will only be noticeable in the coming weeks. Neither the case stagnation nor the growing number of recoverees are a cause for a premature all-clear. It continues to be important for everyone to comply with the country's regulation to combat coronavirus.

    So far, there have been thirteen deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and sixteen deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection. Of the total number of people who tested positive in the city and district, 484 have recovered. Of these, 198 live in the city of Koblenz and 286 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (32)
    • City of Bendorf: 28 (27)
    • City of Mayen: 12 (8)
    • VG Maifeld: 27 (20)
    • VG Mendig: 16 (12)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (11)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 110 (94)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (24)
    • VG Vordereifel: 18 (17)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (41)
  • 28.04.2020: 27 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals

    As of April 28th 2020, 12 a.m., 27 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, the same number as yesterday. This information will be continuously updated.

  • 28.04.2020: One new case of corona virus in KO and MYK

    Over 470 of the total of 590 positively tested patients have recovered

    The total number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district has reached 590. Since the beginning of testing, a total of 259 people from the city of Koblenz and 331 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been eleven deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and fifteen deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    Of the total number of people who tested positive in the city and district, 473 have recovered. Of these, 192 in the city of Koblenz and 281 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz. Nevertheless, it is still important for everyone to comply with the country's regulation to combat coronavirus.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (31)
    • City of Bendorf: 28 (26)
    • City of Mayen: 12 (8)
    • VG Maifeld: 27 (20)
    • VG Mendig: 16 (11)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (11)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 110 (92)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (24)
    • VG Vordereifel: 18 (17)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (41)

    On May 1st and the following weekend, the Corona Clinics of Koblenz (CGM Arena Oberwerth) and Mayen (In der Weiersbach) will be opened as follows:

    The Clinic in Koblenz will be closed on May 1st and May 3rd. On Saturday, May 2nd, it will open between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. The Corona Clinic in Mayen will continuously open from Friday to Sunday between 1 and 3 p.m.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. The hotline is available until April 30th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and from May 1st to May 3rd between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • 27.04.2020: 27 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals

    As of April 27th 2020, 10 a.m., 27 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, two less than yesterday. This number will be continuously updated.

  • 27.04.2020: 5 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    Over 460 of the total of 590 positively tested patients have recovered

    The total number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district has reached 589. Since the beginning of testing, a total of 258 people from the city of Koblenz and 331 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been eleven deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and fifteen deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    Of the total number of people who tested positive in the city and district, 468 have recovered. Of these, 189 in the city of Koblenz and 279 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz. Nevertheless, it is still important for everyone to comply with the country's regulation to combat coronavirus.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (31)
    • City of Bendorf: 28 (26)
    • City of Mayen: 12 (8)
    • VG Maifeld: 27 (19)
    • VG Mendig: 16 (11)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (11)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 110 (92)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (24)
    • VG Vordereifel: 18 (17)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 45 (40)

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 26.04.2020: 29 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals

    As of April 26th 2020, 12 a.m., 29 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, the same number as yesterday. This number will be continuously updated.

  • 26.04.2020: 3 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    Over 460 of the total of 580 positively tested patients have recovered

    The total number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district has reached 584. Since the beginning of testing, a total of 255 people from the city of Koblenz and 329 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been eleven deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and fifteen deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    Of the total number of people who tested positive in the city and district, 468 have recovered. Of these, 189 in the city of Koblenz and 279 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz. Nevertheless, it is still important for everyone to comply with the country's regulation to combat coronavirus.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (31)
    • City of Bendorf: 28 (26)
    • City of Mayen: 12 (8)
    • VG Maifeld: 27 (19)
    • VG Mendig: 16 (11)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (11)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 110 (92)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (24)
    • VG Vordereifel: 18 (17)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 43 (40)

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics for residents of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 25.04.2020: 29 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals

    As of April 25th 2020, 2 p.m., 29 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, two less than yesterday. This number will be continuously updated.

  • 25.04.2020: 6 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    Over 460 of the total of 580 positively tested patients have recovered

    The total number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district has reached 581. Since the beginning of testing, a total of 252 people from the city of Koblenz and 329 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been eleven deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and fourteen deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    Of the total number of people who tested positive in the city and district, 465 have recovered. Of these, 189 in the city of Koblenz and 276 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz. Nevertheless, it is still important for everyone to comply with the country's regulation to combat coronavirus.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (30)
    • City of Bendorf: 28 (26)
    • City of Mayen: 12 (6)
    • VG Maifeld: 27 (19)
    • VG Mendig: 16 (11)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (11)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 110 (92)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (24)
    • VG Vordereifel: 18 (17)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 43 (40)

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics for residents of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 24.04.2020: 2nd Amendment Ordinance of the State to 4th Corona Control Ordinance

    The Second Amendment Ordinance of the State to the Fourth Corona Control Ordinance brings the obligation to wear a mouth and nose cover in shops and in public transport. The corresponding amendment regulation, also as a consolidated version of the Fourth Corona Control Ordinance, can be found here at www.rlp.de. The obligation to wear a mouth-nose cover in the specified areas will apply from Monday, April 27th, 2020.

  • 24.04.2020: 31 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals

    As of April 24th 2020, 11 am, 31 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, one less than yesterday. This number will be continuously updated.

  • 24.04.2020: 2 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    Over 430 of the total of 570 positively tested patients have recovered

    The total number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district has reached 575. Since the beginning of testing, a total of 248 people from the city of Koblenz and 327 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been nine deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and twelve deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    Of the total number of people who tested positive in the city and district, 432 have recovered. Of these, 174 in the city of Koblenz and 258 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz. Nevertheless, it is still important for everyone to comply with the country's regulation to combat coronavirus.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (29)
    • City of Bendorf: 28 (26)
    • City of Mayen: 12 (6)
    • VG Maifeld: 27 (17)
    • VG Mendig: 16 (11)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (9)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 110 (87)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (22)
    • VG Vordereifel: 17 (15)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 42 (36)

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics for residents of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 23.04.2020: 32 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals

    As of April 23rd 2020, 11 am, 32 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, three less than yesterday. This number will be continuously updated.

  • 23.04.2020: One new case of corona virus in KO and MYK

    Over 420 of the total of 570 positively tested patients have recovered

    Even though there has been one newly positively tested person in the municipality of Weißenthurm, the total number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district stays at 573. This is due to one patient previously attributed to the City of Mayen is not part of their responsibility and was therefore removed from the statistics.

    Since the beginning of testing, a total of 246 people from the city of Koblenz and 327 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been nine deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and twelve deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection. Of the total number of people who tested positive in the city and district, 427 have recovered. Of these, 171in the city of Koblenz and 256 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz. Nevertheless, it is still important for everyone to comply with the country's regulation to combat coronavirus.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (28)
    • City of Bendorf: 28 (26)
    • City of Mayen: 12 (6)
    • VG Maifeld: 27 (16)
    • VG Mendig: 16 (11)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (9)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 110 (87)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (22)
    • VG Vordereifel: 17 (15)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 41 (36)

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics for residents of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 22.04.2020: 5 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    Over 420 of the total of 570 positively tested patients have recovered

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district rose to a total of 573. Since the beginning of testing, a total of 246 people from the city of Koblenz and 327 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been nine deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and twelve deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    Of the total number of people who tested positive in the city and district, 418 have recovered. Of these, 168 in the city of Koblenz and 250 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz. "The high number of people recovering is by no means a reason to sound the all-clear. It is still important for everyone to comply with the country's regulation to combat coronavirus, which is still in force", explains Michael Schönberg of the Mayen-Koblenz Health Office.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (27)
    • City of Bendorf: 28 (25)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (7)
    • VG Maifeld: 27 (16)
    • VG Mendig: 16 (11)
    • VG Pellenz: 15 (9)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 110 (86)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (21)
    • VG Vordereifel: 17 (15)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 41(33)

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics for residents of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 22.04.2020: 35 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals

    As of April 22nd 2020, 10 am, 35 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz, ten less than yesterday. This number will be continuously updated.

  • 21.04.2020: 45 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals

    As of April 21st 2020, 12 am, 45 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz. This number will be updated daily.

  • 21.04.2020: 3 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    Over 400 of the total of 570 positively tested patients have recovered

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district rose to a total of 568. Since the beginning of testing, a total of 243 people from the city of Koblenz and 325 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been seven deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and twelve deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    Of the total number of people who tested positive in the city and district, 401 have recovered. Of these, 161 in the city of Koblenz and 240 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz. "From now on, the actual number of recoveries contacted by us in person will be published, rather than the statistically calculated number of people considered to have recovered, where recovery is assumed after 14 days", explains Michael Schönberg of the Mayen-Koblenz Health Office.

    The high number of people recovering is by no means a reason to sound the all-clear. It is still important for everyone to comply with the country's regulation to combat coronavirus, which is still in force.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district and the following number of recovered patients (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (26)
    • City of Bendorf: 28 (24)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (7)
    • VG Maifeld: 27 (14)
    • VG Mendig: 16 (8)
    • VG Pellenz: 14 (9)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 109 (84)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (20)
    • VG Vordereifel: 17 (15)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 41(33)

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics for residents of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are located in the CGM Arena in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening hours in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening hours in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 20.04.2020: 3 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    Number of statistically recovered patients replaced by actual numbers

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district rose to a total of 565. Since the beginning of testing, a total of 240 people from the city of Koblenz and 325 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been seven deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and twelve deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    Of the total number of people who tested positive in the city and district, 382 have recovered. Of these, 152 in the city of Koblenz and 230 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz. "The reason why these figures are lower than the previous day is that the statistically calculated number of people considered to have recovered, where recovery is assumed after 14 days, is no longer decisive. Instead, from now on the actual number of convalescents who were contacted personally by us will apply," explains Michael Schönberg of the Mayen-Koblenz Health Office.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district (*) and the following number of recovered patients (in brackets):

    • City of Andernach: 32 (25)
    • City of Bendorf: 28 (24)
    • City of Mayen: 13 (7)
    • VG Maifeld: 27 (14)
    • VG Mendig: 16 (8)
    • VG Pellenz: 14 (7)
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 109 (81)
    • VG Vallendar: 28 (19)
    • VG Vordereifel: 17 (15)
    • VG Weißenthurm: 41(30)

    (*) Information on the case numbers: It can happen from time to time that the number of positive corona cases from cities and association municipalities in the district decreases by individual cases compared to the last published figures. Reasons for this can be, among others: A previously undetermined test result, which was previously recorded as positive in the statistics, has now turned out to be negative. Or a person has stored an obsolete place of residence in the data of his health insurance card and is retrospectively assigned to his current place of residence. The same applies to the city of Koblenz. We therefore ask for your understanding.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics for residents of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 20.04.2020: 45 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals

    As of April 20th 2020, 11 am, 45 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz. This number will be updated daily.

  • 19.04.2020: Registration forms for travel returnees and seasonal workers

    The Mayen-Koblenz Health Office (Kreisverwaltung Mayen-Koblenz) provides the necessary registration forms for travel returnees and seasonal workers on its website.

  • 19.04.2020: 4 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district rose to a total of 562. Since the beginning of testing, a total of 238 people from the city of Koblenz and 324 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been seven deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and twelve deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    411 people are now considered to have recovered, 163 in the City of Koblenz and 248 in the Mayen-Koblenz district.

    Nevertheless, the increasing number of people considered to have recovered is by no means a reason to loosen the regulations. "It continues to be important that people adhere to the country's regulation on the fight against coronavirus," emphasises Michael Schönberg from the Health Department of the Mayen-Koblenz District Administration.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district (*):

    • City of Andernach: 32
    • City of Bendorf: 28
    • City of Mayen: 13
    • VG Maifeld: 27
    • VG Mendig: 16
    • VG Pellenz: 14
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 109
    • VG Vallendar: 27
    • VG Vordereifel: 17
    • VG Weißenthurm: 41

    (*) Information on the case numbers: It can happen from time to time that the number of positive corona cases from cities and association municipalities in the district decreases by individual cases compared to the last published figures. Reasons for this can be, among others: A previously undetermined test result, which was previously recorded as positive in the statistics, has now turned out to be negative. Or a person has stored an obsolete place of residence in the data of his health insurance card and is retrospectively assigned to his current place of residence. The same applies to the city of Koblenz. We therefore ask for your understanding.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics for residents of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 18.04.2020: 45 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals

    As of April 18th 2020, 3 pm, 45 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz. This number will be updated daily.

  • 18.04.2020: 8 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district rose to a total of 558. Since the beginning of testing, a total of 235 people from the city of Koblenz and 323 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been seven deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and twelve deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    404 people are now considered to have recovered, 160 in the City of Koblenz and 244 in the Mayen-Koblenz district.

    Nevertheless, the increasing number of people considered to have recovered is by no means a reason to loosen the regulations. "It continues to be important that people adhere to the country's regulation on the fight against coronavirus," emphasises Michael Schönberg from the Health Department of the Mayen-Koblenz District Administration.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district (*):

    • City of Andernach: 32
    • City of Bendorf: 28
    • City of Mayen: 13
    • VG Maifeld: 27
    • VG Mendig: 16
    • VG Pellenz: 13
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 109
    • VG Vallendar: 27
    • VG Vordereifel: 17
    • VG Weißenthurm: 41

    (*) Information on the case numbers: It can happen from time to time that the number of positive corona cases from cities and association municipalities in the district decreases by individual cases compared to the last published figures. Reasons for this can be, among others: A previously undetermined test result, which was previously recorded as positive in the statistics, has now turned out to be negative. Or a person has stored an obsolete place of residence in the data of his health insurance card and is retrospectively assigned to his current place of residence. The same applies to the city of Koblenz. We therefore ask for your understanding.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics for residents of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 17.04.2020: 4th General Decree for Rheinland-Pfalz

    Today the state of Rheinland-Pfalz issued the 4th Corona Control Ordinance. This comes into force on Monday, 20.04.2020 and is valid up to and including 06.05.2020. It contains relaxations of existing bans, but also further restrictions.

    • A new feature is that from Monday onwards, sales will be possible in all shops on an area of up to 800 square metres. It is not the total size of the store that is decisive, but the sales area. Larger stores can therefore separate part of their space.
    • Libraries, bookstores and archives may open regardless of their size. The same applies to bicycle shops, car dealers, truck dealers and car washes.
    • Distance regulations, hygiene requirements and, above all, the limit of one customer per 10 square metres continue to apply to everyone.
    • From Monday onwards, the street sale of ice cream is permitted.
    • Weekly markets can be stocked with an extended assortment.
    • Training in inter-company training centres is possible.
    • Outdoor sporting activities alone, in pairs or with members of your household are also permitted from Monday onwards using sports facilities. This applies to sports such as rowing, sailing, tennis, air sports, athletics, golf or riding. Training for professional athletes will be made possible.
    • Zoos and botanical gardens are allowed to open their outdoor facilities with a strict access control. Playgrounds remain closed.

    The legal ordinance of the state and an interpretation guide to the legal ordinance can be found at www.rlp.de.

  • 17.04.2020: Re-opening of administration for the public

    Since the strict corona regulations will be relaxed to a certain degree, the city administration of Koblenz will open for citizens' appointments from 20.04.2020 while honouring all necessary infection protection measures.

    Citizens can contact the respective administrative departments by telephone and clarify whether a visit to the administration is necessary or whether the individual request can be dealt with by telephone or online. The administrative buildings can be entered for agreed appointments through the respective main entrances. A protective mask must be worn when entering the premises. If necessary, a mask will be provided at the entrance.

    Further information and contacts: www.koblenz.de/rathaus/verwaltung or via the telephone number 0261-129 0.

  • 17.04.2020: 37 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals

    As of April 17th 2020, 11 am, 37 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz. This number will be updated daily.

  • 17.04.2020: 7 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district rose to a total of 550. Since the beginning of testing, a total of 230 people from the city of Koblenz and 320 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been six deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and eleven deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    392 people are now considered to have recovered, 154 in the City of Koblenz and 238 in the Mayen-Koblenz district.

    Nevertheless, the increasing number of people considered to have recovered is by no means a reason to loosen the regulations. "It continues to be important that people adhere to the country's regulation on the fight against coronavirus," emphasises Michael Schönberg from the Health Department of the Mayen-Koblenz District Administration.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district (*):

    • City of Andernach: 32
    • City of Bendorf: 28
    • City of Mayen: 13
    • VG Maifeld: 27
    • VG Mendig: 16
    • VG Pellenz: 12
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 107
    • VG Vallendar: 27
    • VG Vordereifel: 17
    • VG Weißenthurm: 41

    (*) Information on the case numbers: It can happen from time to time that the number of positive corona cases from cities and association municipalities in the district decreases by individual cases compared to the last published figures. Reasons for this can be, among others: A previously undetermined test result, which was previously recorded as positive in the statistics, has now turned out to be negative. Or a person has stored an obsolete place of residence in the data of his health insurance card and is retrospectively assigned to his current place of residence. The same applies to the city of Koblenz. We therefore ask for your understanding.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics for residents of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    on 17th of April 2020:
    9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
    after 18th of April 2020:
    10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Weekends and public holidays: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 16.04.2020: Changing of opening hours for Corona clinic

    After the weekend the opening hours of the Corona Outpatient Clinic in Koblenz will change. Due to the further decline in the number of visitors, the Corona Outpatient Clinic Koblenz will open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. from Saturday, 18.04.

    Furthermore, all patients who show symptoms of a cold with cough, rhinitis, fever or sore throat, or who are acutely suspected of being infected with the corona virus, can come to the Corona Outpatient Clinic. The corona outpatient clinic corresponds to a makeshift practice and is run by local family doctors and specialists. This enables diagnosis and treatment of additional diseases or complicated courses of cold symptoms. In addition to the decision to take a smear test, an extended physical examination can take place and appropriate therapies can be initiated. It is also possible to issue a prescription, sick note or referral.

    The Corona Outpatient Clinic Koblenz, which can currently still be found in a car park on the Oberwerth in the form of a tent city, will also move to the CGM Arena from Tuesday, April 21. We ask patients to please come directly to the CGM Arena from this day on.

  • 16.04.2020: 37 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals

    As of April 16th 2020, 13 am, 37 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz. This number will be updated daily.

  • 16.04.2020: 6 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district rose to a total of 543. Since the beginning of testing, a total of 229 people from the city of Koblenz and 314 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been six deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and eleven deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    369 people are now considered to have recovered, 144 in the City of Koblenz and 225 in the Mayen-Koblenz district.

    Nevertheless, the increasing number of people considered to have recovered is by no means a reason to loosen the regulations. "It continues to be important that people adhere to the country's regulation on the fight against coronavirus," emphasises Michael Schönberg from the Health Department of the Mayen-Koblenz District Administration.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district (*):

    • City of Andernach: 32
    • City of Bendorf: 27
    • City of Mayen: 11
    • VG Maifeld: 25
    • VG Mendig: 16
    • VG Pellenz: 12
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 107
    • VG Vallendar: 26
    • VG Vordereifel: 17
    • VG Weißenthurm: 41

    (*) Information on the case numbers: It can happen from time to time that the number of positive corona cases from cities and association municipalities in the district decreases by individual cases compared to the last published figures. Reasons for this can be, among others: A previously undetermined test result, which was previously recorded as positive in the statistics, has now turned out to be negative. Or a person has stored an obsolete place of residence in the data of his health insurance card and is retrospectively assigned to his current place of residence. The same applies to the city of Koblenz. We therefore ask for your understanding.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics for residents of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday (including public holidays):
    9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 15.04.2020: 38 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals

    As of April 15th 2020, 11 am, 38 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz. This number will be updated daily.

  • 15.04.2020: 9 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district rose to a total of 537. Since the beginning of testing, a total of 224 people from the city of Koblenz and 313 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been six deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and eleven deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    352 people are now considered to have recovered, 139 in the City of Koblenz and 213 in the Mayen-Koblenz district.

    Nevertheless, the increasing number of people considered to have recovered is by no means a reason to loosen the regulations. "It continues to be important that people adhere to the country's regulation on the fight against coronavirus," emphasises Michael Schönberg from the Health Department of the Mayen-Koblenz District Administration.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district (*):

    • City of Andernach: 32
    • City of Bendorf: 27
    • City of Mayen: 11
    • VG Maifeld: 25
    • VG Mendig: 16
    • VG Pellenz: 12
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 106
    • VG Vallendar: 26
    • VG Vordereifel: 17
    • VG Weißenthurm: 41

    (*) Information on the case numbers: It can happen from time to time that the number of positive corona cases from cities and association municipalities in the district decreases by individual cases compared to the last published figures. Reasons for this can be, among others: A previously undetermined test result, which was previously recorded as positive in the statistics, has now turned out to be negative. Or a person has stored an obsolete place of residence in the data of his health insurance card and is retrospectively assigned to his current place of residence. The same applies to the city of Koblenz. We therefore ask for your understanding.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics for residents of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday (including public holidays):
    9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 14.04.2020: 39 COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals

    As of April 14th 2020, 11 am, 39 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz. This number will be updated daily.

  • 14.04.2020: 2 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district rose to a total of 528 between Sunday and Monday evening. In a total of 218 people from the city of Koblenz and 310 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been six deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and ten deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    341 people are now considered to have recovered, 134 in the City of Koblenz and 207 in the Mayen-Koblenz district.

    Nevertheless, the increasing number of people considered to have recovered is by no means a reason to loosen the regulations. "It continues to be important that people adhere to the country's regulation on the fight against coronavirus," emphasises Michael Schönberg from the Health Department of the Mayen-Koblenz District Administration.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district (*):

    • City of Andernach: 32
    • City of Bendorf: 27
    • City of Mayen: 11
    • VG Maifeld: 25
    • VG Mendig: 15
    • VG Pellenz: 12
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 104
    • VG Vallendar: 26
    • VG Vordereifel: 17
    • VG Weißenthurm: 41

    (*) Information on the case numbers: It can happen from time to time that the number of positive corona cases from cities and association municipalities in the district decreases by individual cases compared to the last published figures. Reasons for this can be, among others: A previously undetermined test result, which was previously recorded as positive in the statistics, has now turned out to be negative. Or a person has stored an obsolete place of residence in the data of his health insurance card and is retrospectively assigned to his current place of residence. The same applies to the city of Koblenz. We therefore ask for your understanding.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics for residents of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday (including public holidays):
    9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 13.04.2020: Number of COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals

    As of April 13th 2020, 11 am, 45 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz. This number will be updated daily.

  • 13.04.2020: 3 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district rose to a total of 526 between Saturday and Sunday evening. In a total of 217 people from the city of Koblenz and 309 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been six deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and ten deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    More than 330 people are now considered to have recovered, 132 in the City of Koblenz and 204 in the Mayen-Koblenz district.

    Nevertheless, the increasing number of people considered to have recovered is by no means a reason to loosen the regulations. "It continues to be important that people adhere to the country's regulation on the fight against coronavirus," emphasises Michael Schönberg from the Health Department of the Mayen-Koblenz District Administration.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district (*):

    • City of Andernach: 32
    • City of Bendorf: 26
    • City of Mayen: 11
    • VG Maifeld: 25
    • VG Mendig: 15
    • VG Pellenz: 12
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 104
    • VG Vallendar: 26
    • VG Vordereifel: 17
    • VG Weißenthurm: 41

    (*) Information on the case numbers: It can happen from time to time that the number of positive corona cases from cities and association municipalities in the district decreases by individual cases compared to the last published figures. Reasons for this can be, among others: A previously undetermined test result, which was previously recorded as positive in the statistics, has now turned out to be negative. Or a person has stored an obsolete place of residence in the data of his health insurance card and is retrospectively assigned to his current place of residence. The same applies to the city of Koblenz. We therefore ask for your understanding.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Good Friday up to and including Easter Monday: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics for residents of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday (including public holidays):
    9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Good Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Easter Saturday to Monday: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 12.04.2020: Number of COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals

    As of April 12th 2020, 3 pm, 45 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz. This number will be updated daily.

  • 12.04.2020: 7 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district rose to a total of 523 between Friday and Saturday evening. In a total of 215 people from the city of Koblenz and 308 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been six deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and nine deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    More than 320 people are now considered to have recovered, 127 in the City of Koblenz and 196 in the Mayen-Koblenz district.

    Nevertheless, the increasing number of people considered to have recovered is by no means a reason to loosen the regulations. "It continues to be important that people adhere to the country's regulation on the fight against coronavirus," emphasises Michael Schönberg from the Health Department of the Mayen-Koblenz District Administration.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district (*):

    • City of Andernach: 32
    • City of Bendorf: 26
    • City of Mayen: 11
    • VG Maifeld: 25
    • VG Mendig: 15
    • VG Pellenz: 12
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 104
    • VG Vallendar: 25
    • VG Vordereifel: 17
    • VG Weißenthurm: 41

    (*) Information on the case numbers: It can happen from time to time that the number of positive corona cases from cities and association municipalities in the district decreases by individual cases compared to the last published figures. Reasons for this can be, among others: A previously undetermined test result, which was previously recorded as positive in the statistics, has now turned out to be negative. Or a person has stored an obsolete place of residence in the data of his health insurance card and is retrospectively assigned to his current place of residence. The same applies to the city of Koblenz. We therefore ask for your understanding.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Good Friday up to and including Easter Monday: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics for residents of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday (including public holidays):
    9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Good Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Easter Saturday to Monday: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 11.04.2020: 14 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district rose to a total of 516 between Thursday and Friday evening. In a total of 214 people from the city of Koblenz and 302 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been six deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and eight deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    More than 300 people are now considered to have recovered, 122 in the City of Koblenz and 185 in the Mayen-Koblenz district.

    Nevertheless, the increasing number of people considered to have recovered is by no means a reason to loosen the regulations. "It continues to be important that people adhere to the country's regulation on the fight against coronavirus," emphasises Michael Schönberg from the Health Department of the Mayen-Koblenz District Administration.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district (*):

    • City of Andernach: 32
    • City of Bendorf: 26
    • City of Mayen: 9
    • VG Maifeld: 24
    • VG Mendig: 15
    • VG Pellenz: 12
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 101
    • VG Vallendar: 25
    • VG Vordereifel: 17
    • VG Weißenthurm: 41

    (*) Information on the case numbers: It can happen from time to time that the number of positive corona cases from cities and association municipalities in the district decreases by individual cases compared to the last published figures. Reasons for this can be, among others: A previously undetermined test result, which was previously recorded as positive in the statistics, has now turned out to be negative. Or a person has stored an obsolete place of residence in the data of his health insurance card and is retrospectively assigned to his current place of residence. The same applies to the city of Koblenz. We therefore ask for your understanding.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona Hotline on 0261/108-730 if they have questions about the corona virus. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Good Friday up to and including Easter Monday: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

    In Koblenz, citizens can also contact the Citizens' Telephone Service of the City of Koblenz on 0261/129-6666. Availability: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekends and on public holidays: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics for residents of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday (including public holidays):
    9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Good Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Easter Saturday to Monday: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 11.04.2020: Number of COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals

    Currently, 45 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz as of April 11th 2020, 11 am. This number will be updated daily.

  • 10.04.2020: 11 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district rose to a total of 502 between Wednesday and Thursday evening. In a total of 210 people from the city of Koblenz and 292 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been four deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and eight deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    More than 300 people are now considered to have recovered, 119 in the City of Koblenz and 177 in the Mayen-Koblenz district.

    Nevertheless, the increasing number of people considered to have recovered is by no means a reason to loosen the regulations. "It continues to be important that people adhere to the country's regulation on the fight against coronavirus," emphasises Michael Schönberg from the Health Department of the Mayen-Koblenz District Administration.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district (*):

    • City of Andernach: 32
    • City of Bendorf: 26
    • City of Mayen: 9
    • VG Maifeld: 22
    • VG Mendig: 14
    • VG Pellenz: 11
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 98
    • VG Vallendar: 25
    • VG Vordereifel: 17
    • VG Weißenthurm: 38

    (*) Information on the case numbers: It can happen from time to time that the number of positive corona cases from cities and association municipalities in the district decreases by individual cases compared to the last published figures. Reasons for this can be, among others: A previously undetermined test result, which was previously recorded as positive in the statistics, has now turned out to be negative. Or a person has stored an obsolete place of residence in the data of his health insurance card and is retrospectively assigned to his current place of residence. The same applies to the city of Koblenz. We therefore ask for your understanding. 

    The health office also expressly points out that only citizens who live in the city area or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz are tested in the two corona clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card. In addition, symptoms must be evident and there must have been contact with a demonstrably infected person or a stay in a risk area.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus. Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics, in which only citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are examined, are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday (including public holidays):
    9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Good Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Easter Saturday to Monday: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 10.04.2020: Number of COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals

    Currently, 45 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz as of April 10th 2020, 11 am. This number will be updated daily.

  • 09.04.2020: Contact reducing regulations still valid during Easter

    Sunshine and warm temperatures will lure you outdoors over Easter - but it is still important to keep your distance and not to gather in groups of people, because the country's legal regulation to combat the corona pandemic is still in force.

    Since businesses and private individuals have in some cases failed to comply with the relevant provisions of the legal ordinance, the Public Order Office has so far initiated over one hundred fine proceedings and has already imposed fines of up to 1,000 euros.

    With regard to the Easter holidays, the ban on meetings of religious and faith communities, especially in churches, mosques and synagogues, should also be pointed out once again.

    The playgrounds are also closed according to the current legal regulation. This closure applies to all playgrounds, including those where no structural barriers block access to the playground.

    The public order office will also carry out appropriate checks in public areas during the Easter weekend.

  • 09.04.2020: Aleris makes generous donation

    Aleris donates 10,000 face masks, over 4,000 pairs of protective gloves, and hand sanitizer to the city of Koblenz

    Aleris Rolled Products Germany GmbH, the local aluminium manufacturer in the Koblenz industrial park, donated over 10,000 face masks, 4,100 pairs of protective gloves and 91 bottles of hand disinfectant to the city of Koblenz at the beginning of April.

    Oliver Peikert and Simon Siebigteroth - both from the fire brigade in Koblenz - gratefully accepted the donation from Managing Director Dr. Mathias Monjé and the representative of the workers council Hans-Josef Ax-Händgen on behalf of Mayor David Langner.

    The personal protective equipment will first be brought to the fire brigade's main station in Koblenz, from where they will be distributed promptly to aid organisations like the Corona ambulance and care facilities. This ensures that the donation reaches those who urgently need it.

    Managing Director Dr. Mathias Monjé: "At the end of March we received a large delivery of protective material from our sister plant in China. As we hear daily from the media that masks and other protective materials are sometimes not available, it is a personal concern of mine that we as Koblenz companies show solidarity and offer our help to the city of Koblenz. Yesterday, I offered the above-mentioned donation in a personal telephone call to the Mayor of Koblenz, David Langner. We have sufficient protection material for our employees and can therefore provide the city of Koblenz with protection material that is not urgently needed."

  • 09.04.2020: 7 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district rose to a total of 491 between Tuesday and Wednesday evening. In a total of 205 people from the city of Koblenz and 286 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been four deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and eight deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    More than 270 people are now considered to have recovered, 106 in the City of Koblenz and 168 in the Mayen-Koblenz district.

    Nevertheless, the increasing number of people considered to have recovered is by no means a reason to loosen the regulations. "It continues to be important that people adhere to the country's regulation on the fight against coronavirus," emphasises Michael Schönberg from the Health Department of the Mayen-Koblenz District Administration.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district (*):

    • City of Andernach: 30
    • City of Bendorf: 26
    • City of Mayen: 9
    • VG Maifeld: 22
    • VG Mendig: 13
    • VG Pellenz: 10
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 97
    • VG Vallendar: 25
    • VG Vordereifel: 16
    • VG Weißenthurm: 38

    (*) Information on the case numbers: It can happen from time to time that the number of positive corona cases from cities and association municipalities in the district decreases by individual cases compared to the last published figures. Reasons for this can be, among others: A previously undetermined test result, which was previously recorded as positive in the statistics, has now turned out to be negative. Or a person has stored an obsolete place of residence in the data of his health insurance card and is retrospectively assigned to his current place of residence. The same applies to the city of Koblenz. We therefore ask for your understanding. 

    The health office also expressly points out that only citizens who live in the city area or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz are tested in the two corona clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card. In addition, symptoms must be evident and there must have been contact with a demonstrably infected person or a stay in a risk area.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus. Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics, in which only citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are examined, are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday (including public holidays):
    9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Good Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Easter Saturday to Monday: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 08.04.20: Number of COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals up by 2

    Currently, 43 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz as of April 8th 2020, 11 am. This number will be updated daily.

  • 08.04.2020: 18 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district rose to a total of 484 between Monday and Tuesday evening. In a total of 201 people from the city of Koblenz and 283 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been four deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and eight deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    More than 250 people are now considered to have recovered. This number is based on a statistical calculation using the date of the positive laboratory result 15 days ago as the basis. Recently, the public health department of the district administration Mayen-Koblenz has started contacting anyone who had tested positive and asked specifically whether symptoms were still present. The aim is to replace the statistical calculation of convalescents by a reliable number in a timely manner.

    Nevertheless, the increasing number of people considered to have recovered is by no means a reason to loosen the regulations. "It continues to be important that people adhere to the country's regulation on the fight against coronavirus," emphasises Michael Schönberg from the Health Department of the Mayen-Koblenz District Administration.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district (*):

    • City of Andernach: 30
    • City of Bendorf: 26
    • City of Mayen: 9
    • VG Maifeld: 21
    • VG Mendig: 12
    • VG Pellenz: 10
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 98
    • VG Vallendar: 24
    • VG Vordereifel: 16
    • VG Weißenthurm: 37

    (*) Information on the case numbers: It can happen from time to time that the number of positive corona cases from cities and association municipalities in the district decreases by individual cases compared to the last published figures. Reasons for this can be, among others: A previously undetermined test result, which was previously recorded as positive in the statistics, has now turned out to be negative. Or a person has stored an obsolete place of residence in the data of his health insurance card and is retrospectively assigned to his current place of residence. The same applies to the city of Koblenz. We therefore ask for your understanding. 

    The health office also expressly points out that only citizens who live in the city area or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz are tested in the two corona clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card. In addition, symptoms must be evident and there must have been contact with a demonstrably infected person or a stay in a risk area.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus. Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics, in which only citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are examined, are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday (including public holidays):
    9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Good Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Easter Saturday to Monday: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 07.04.2020: Opening hours of corona ambulances during Easter

    Treatment and testing are secured over the holidays - hotlines also available

    The "Corona ambulances" in Koblenz and Mayen are also open over the Easter holidays and the hotlines continue to be available.

    The ambulance in Koblenz at the Oberwerth stadium is open continuously from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. In the Weiersbach gymnasium in Mayen, patients are treated on Good Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and on Easter Saturday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

    From Tuesday, April 14th, the regular opening hours in Koblenz from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and in Mayen from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. will apply again.

    What are "Corona-Ambulanzen"?

    The corona outpatient clinic corresponds to a makeshift practice and is run by local doctors and specialists. This enables diagnosis and treatment of additional illnesses or complicated courses of cold symptoms. In addition to the decision to take a smear test, an extended physical examination will take place and appropriate therapies will be initiated. The issuing of prescriptions, sick leave or referral are also possible there.

    Who should visit "Corona-Ambulanz"?

    The corona outpatients clinics are intended for people who have had contact with an infected person and who also show corresponding symptoms. Anyone who does not belong to the group of people mentioned should still first contact their doctor by telephone.

    When are the Corona Hotlines available?

    The "Corona-Hotline" of the district administration can be reached at Easter from Good Friday to Easter Monday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. by telephone on 0261/108730 or by e-mail to corona@kvmyk.de.

    The Citizens' Telephone of the city of Koblenz can be reached on public holidays and weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. by calling 0261/129-6666.

  • 07.04.2020: 30 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district rose to a total of 466 between Sunday and Monday evening. In a total of 190 people from the city of Koblenz and 276 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been three deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and seven deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    More than 190 people are now considered to have recovered. This number is based on a statistical calculation using the date of the positive laboratory result 15 days ago as the basis. Recently, the public health department of the district administration Mayen-Koblenz has started contacting anyone who had tested positive and asked specifically whether symptoms were still present. The aim is to replace the statistical calculation of convalescents by a reliable number in a timely manner.

    Nevertheless, the increasing number of people considered to have recovered is by no means a reason to loosen the regulations. "It continues to be important that people adhere to the country's regulation on the fight against coronavirus," emphasises Michael Schönberg from the Health Department of the Mayen-Koblenz District Administration.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district (*):

    • City of Andernach: 29
    • City of Bendorf: 25
    • City of Mayen: 9
    • VG Maifeld: 21
    • VG Mendig: 12
    • VG Pellenz: 9
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 95
    • VG Vallendar: 24
    • VG Vordereifel: 15
    • VG Weißenthurm: 37

    (*) Information on the case numbers: It can happen from time to time that the number of positive corona cases from cities and association municipalities in the district decreases by individual cases compared to the last published figures. Reasons for this can be, among others: A previously undetermined test result, which was previously recorded as positive in the statistics, has now turned out to be negative. Or a person has stored an obsolete place of residence in the data of his health insurance card and is retrospectively assigned to his current place of residence. The same applies to the city of Koblenz. We therefore ask for your understanding. 

    The health office also expressly points out that only citizens who live in the city area or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz are tested in the two corona clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card. In addition, symptoms must be evident and there must have been contact with a demonstrably infected person or a stay in a risk area.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus. Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics, in which only citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are examined, are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday (including public holidays):
    9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Good Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Easter Saturday to Monday: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 07.04.20: Number of COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals down to 41

    Currently, 41 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz as of April 7th 2020, 11 am. This number will be updated daily.

  • 07.04.2020: Help package by Koblenz City administration

    Help is currently needed in many ways during the corona pandemic. The city has now launched a further comprehensive package of economic, cultural and social measures. For Mayor David Langner, it was time to establish further assistance offers. The administration quickly developed many proposals, which were discussed by the city council and presented to the parliamentary party leaders in a telephone conference. The chairmen of all political groups signalled broad agreement with the administration on the proposed measures.

    The city of Koblenz will support:

    1. The economy:
      - Since 19.03.2020, companies and tradespeople in Koblenz have been able to informally apply for an adjustment of trade tax prepayments if there are signs of a drop in profits. In addition, deferrals of trade tax claims from previous years can be granted without interest being fixed upon justified request.
      - In addition, no attachment and enforcement measures will be taken for affected companies and tradespeople until 30 June 2020.
      - Businesses that have lost revenues due to the pandemic can apply for interest-free deferral of disposal fees, deregister waste containers or reduce collections on request.
      - Special usage fees that restaurateurs and retailers would have to pay for outdoor seating or displays of goods, for example, will not be charged for the period of closure.
      - Businesses affected by the Corona crisis that use municipal properties will, upon application, be granted an immediate waiver of rental and lease payments for the period of closure.
      - Depending on the storage capacity, the municipal service company ("Kommunaler Servicebetrieb") will reopen the green waste landfill for 5 hours every working day from Tuesday, 14 April, and the recycling yard and the pollutant collection point for 5 hours every working day from Monday, 20 April.
      - The city of Koblenz is increasingly placing orders with the construction industry. If companies have free capacities, individual orders can be brought forward if all budgetary and public procurement law requirements are met.
      - In order to strengthen the business, tourism and retail location, the City of Koblenz will launch a regional and supra-regional advertising campaign at a date yet to be determined, which is intended to attract guests, tourists and visitors and thus purchasing power to the city and the region. This campaign is intended to create a spirit of optimism after the crisis has been overcome.

    2. Voluntary work:
      - The city of Koblenz will cover the complete ground rent, rents and leases of the Koblenz sports clubs for the months of the contact ban. Up to now they have received a subsidy amounting to 80% of their costs.
      - The city of Koblenz is bringing forward the planned 20% increase in sports subsidies for club-owned facilities by one year.
      - With "Corona-Hilfe", the city coordinates and supports voluntary help for sick and affected people.

    3. Families:
      - The city of Koblenz has coordinated with the independent youth welfare organisations on how to ensure the care of families and the protection of children despite the Corona crisis. This includes, for example, regular contact with the families by telephone or video chat and checks to ensure child well-being in compliance with hygiene regulations.
      - For April 2020, the city of Koblenz has waived parental fees for visiting crèche groups, after-school care and day care, as well as food allowances.
      - In addition, the city of Koblenz has set up a parent-student hotline with social education specialists.
      - The city provides additional funds for organisations and independent agencies that provide advice in the field of domestic violence.
      - As far as possible, the music school will continue its services as online offers.

    4. Culture:
      - In order to support cultural workers and artists, the City of Koblenz will pay out already approved subsidies upon justified request, even if individual events cannot take place due to the Corona crisis.
      - The following also applies here: rent and lease payments can be waived for the use of municipal properties for the period of closure upon application.

    5. Koblenz strengthens cohesion:
      - The city of Koblenz will expand its online services. These include services offered by the music school, adult education centre, municipal theatre and municipal library, as well as citizen-oriented services such as online re-registration when moving in or out. In addition, the city administration will expand its digital infrastructure in terms of home office workstations, video and telephone conference systems and the W-LAN structure, in order to be able to offer a clearer and more efficient service in the future.
      - Facilities and services that provide homeless people with a hot meal and/or the opportunity to shower and wash and whose costs are not covered will receive support.
      - If marriages are postponed due to the Corona pandemic, the city administration will not charge any further fees. The registry office will also offer additional dates.

      "In this difficult situation, the city council and administration are showing close solidarity. It's good to know that the measures also have the support of all council factions. This cohesion strengthens Koblenz and gives courage to overcome the crisis," concluded Mayor Langner.
  • 06.04.2020: 436 cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona falls in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district rose to a total of 436 between Saturday and Sunday evening. In a total of 177 people from the city of Koblenz and 259 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been two deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and seven deaths in the City of Koblenz that were linked to a corona infection.

    More than 170 people are now considered to have recovered. This number is based on a statistical calculation using the date of the positive laboratory result 15 days ago as the basis. Recently, the public health department of the district administration Mayen-Koblenz has started contacting anyone who had tested positive and asked specifically whether symptoms were still present. The aim is to replace the statistical calculation of convalescents by a reliable number in a timely manner.

    Nevertheless, the increasing number of people considered to have recovered is by no means a reason to loosen the regulations. "It continues to be important that people adhere to the country's regulation on the fight against coronavirus," emphasises Michael Schönberg from the Health Department of the Mayen-Koblenz District Administration.

    Since the start of the two corona clinics on Tuesday, March 10th, a total of 2908 people have visited them in Koblenz and 1346 in Mayen. Of these, 1977 were tested in Koblenz and 818 in Mayen.

    Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district (*):

    • City of Andernach: 29
    • City of Bendorf: 25
    • City of Mayen: 8
    • VG Maifeld: 19
    • VG Mendig: 10
    • VG Pellenz: 7
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 91
    • VG Vallendar: 21
    • VG Vordereifel: 15
    • VG Weißenthurm: 34

    (*) Information on the case numbers: It can happen from time to time that the number of positive corona cases from cities and association municipalities in the district decreases by individual cases compared to the last published figures. Reasons for this can be, among others: A previously undetermined test result, which was previously recorded as positive in the statistics, has now turned out to be negative. Or a person has stored an obsolete place of residence in the data of his health insurance card and is retrospectively assigned to his current place of residence. The same applies to the city of Koblenz. We therefore ask for your understanding. 

    The health office also expressly points out that only citizens who live in the city area or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz are tested in the two corona clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card. In addition, symptoms must be evident and there must have been contact with a demonstrably infected person or a stay in a risk area.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus. Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics, in which only citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are examined, are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday (including public holidays):
    9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Good Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Easter Saturday to Monday: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 06.04.20: COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals

    Currently, 45 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz as of April 6th 2020, 11 am. This number will be updated daily.

  • 05.04.2020: 8 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona falls in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district rose by 8 to a total of 429 between Friday and Saturday evening. More than 160 people are now considered to have recovered. This number is based on a statistical calculation using the date of the positive laboratory result 15 days ago as the basis. "We are pleased about everyone who is on the road to recovery, but that is no reason to call it an all-clear. It is important that people continue to adhere to the country's regulation on the fight against coronavirus," emphasises Michael Schönberg from the Health Department of the Mayen-Koblenz District Administration.

    Since the start of the two corona clinics on Tuesday, March 10th, a total of 2908 people have visited them in Koblenz and 1346 in Mayen. Of these, 1977 were tested in Koblenz and 818 in Mayen.

    During the same time, in a total of 167 people from the city of Koblenz and 250 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been two deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and seven deaths in the City of Koblenz. Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district:

    • City of Andernach: 29
    • City of Bendorf: 25
    • City of Mayen: 7
    • VG Maifeld: 19
    • VG Mendig: 9
    • VG Pellenz: 7
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 90
    • VG Vallendar: 20
    • VG Vordereifel: 15
    • VG Weißenthurm: 34

    The health office also expressly points out that only citizens who live in the city area or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz are tested in the two corona clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card. In addition, symptoms must be evident and there must have been contact with a demonstrably infected person or a stay in a risk area.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus. Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics, in which only citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are examined, are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m .;
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 05.04.20: COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals

    Currently, 45 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz as of April 5th 2020, 12 am. This number will be updated daily.

  • 04.04.2020: 7 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona falls in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district rose by 7 to a total of 416 between Thursday and Friday evening. More than 130 people are now considered to have recovered. This number is based on a statistical calculation using the date of the positive laboratory result 15 days ago as the basis. "We are pleased about everyone who is on the road to recovery, but that is no reason to call it an all-clear. It is important that people continue to adhere to the country's regulation on the fight against coronavirus," emphasises Michael Schönberg from the Health Department of the Mayen-Koblenz District Administration.

    Since the start of the two corona clinics on Tuesday, March 10th, a total of 2947 people have visited them in Koblenz and 1346 in Mayen. Of these, 2012 were tested in Koblenz and 818 in Mayen.

    At the same time, in a total of 167 people from the city of Koblenz and 249 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been two deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and seven deaths in the City of Koblenz. Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district:

    • City of Andernach: 28
    • City of Bendorf: 25
    • City of Mayen: 6
    • VG Maifeld: 19
    • VG Mendig: 9
    • VG Pellenz: 6
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 90
    • VG Vallendar: 18
    • VG Vordereifel: 16
    • VG Weißenthurm: 33

    The health office also expressly points out that only citizens who live in the city area or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz are tested in the two corona clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card. In addition, symptoms must be evident and there must have been contact with a demonstrably infected person or a stay in a risk area.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus. Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics, in which only citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are examined, are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at In der Weiersbach, 56727 Mayenin Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m .;
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 03.04.2020:  Isolated Care Facility presented

    The city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz have been dealing with the pandemic situation caused by the corona virus for a month now. In close cooperation with the responsible health authority and the Koblenz hospitals, measures to contain the virus were taken at an early stage.

    In view of the possible further increase in the number of newly ill people, particularly in old people's and nursing homes, the administration now faces another challenge. If residents of a nursing home have to be treated as inpatients due to an infection with the corona virus, it is not possible to return them to their care facility after treatment has been completed. According to the hospitals, even after the symptoms of the infection have subsided, patients can remain infectious for up to 14 days for other residents and nursing staff.

    Following detailed discussions between the health authorities, Koblenz clinics and the Mayen-Koblenz district and the city of Koblenz, the city and district are currently setting up an isolated nursing facility for these people. Mayor David Langner, District Administrator Dr. Alexander Saftig and Mayor Ulrike Mohrs officially presented the Isolated Care Facility today.

    The facility was able to benefit from the good co-operation with the Berufsförderungswerk Koblenz in Vallendar. Heinz Werner Maurer, Managing Director of the Berufsförderungswerk, provided the existing infrastructure for use as a nursing facility during the Corona crisis without a question.

    The material equipment for accommodating 40 people has already been largely completed. When the personnel planning by the Koblenz clinics has been completed and a need for commissioning is identified, this can be implemented immediately.

  • 03.04.20: COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals

    Currently, 45 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz as of April 3rd 2020, 12 am. This number will be updated daily.

  • 03.04.2020: 18 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona falls in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district rose by 18 to a total of 409 between Wednesday and Thursday evening. More than 130 people are now considered to have recovered. This number is based on a statistical calculation using the date of the positive laboratory result 15 days ago as the basis. "We are pleased about everyone who is on the road to recovery, but that is no reason to call it an all-clear. It is important that people continue to adhere to the country's regulation on the fight against coronavirus," emphasises Michael Schönberg from the Health Department of the Mayen-Koblenz District Administration.

    Since the start of the two corona clinics on Tuesday, March 10th, a total of 2819 people have visited them in Koblenz and 1281 in Mayen. Of these, 1892 were tested in Koblenz and 764 in Mayen.

    At the same time, in a total of 164 people from the city of Koblenz and 245 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there have been two deaths in the Mayen-Koblenz district and six deaths in the City of Koblenz. Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district:

    • City of Andernach: 28
    • City of Bendorf: 25
    • City of Mayen: 5
    • VG Maifeld: 18
    • VG Mendig: 9
    • VG Pellenz: 6
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 90
    • VG Vallendar: 16
    • VG Vordereifel: 15
    • VG Weißenthurm: 33

    The health office also expressly points out that only citizens who live in the city area or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz are tested in the two corona clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card. In addition, symptoms must be evident and there must have been contact with a demonstrably infected person or a stay in a risk area.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus. Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics, in which only citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are examined, are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at Schützenplatz (Bürresheimerstrasse) in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m .;
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 02.04.20: COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals

    Currently, 45 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz as of April 2nd 2020, 1 pm, five less than yesterday. This number will be updated daily.

  • 02.04.2020: 12 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona falls in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district rose by 19 to a total of 379 between Tuesday and Wednesday evening. More than 110 people are now considered to have recovered. The number is based on a statistical calculation using the date of the positive laboratory result 15 days ago as the basis. "We are pleased about everyone who is on the road to recovery, but that is no reason to call it an all-clear. It is important that people continue to adhere to the country's regulation on the fight against coronavirus," emphasises Michael Schönberg from the Health Department of the Mayen-Koblenz District Administration.

    Since the start of the two corona clinics on Tuesday, March 10th, a total of 2757 people have visited them in Koblenz and 1262 in Mayen. Of these, 1846 were tested in Koblenz and 751 in Mayen.

    At the same time, in a total of 157 people from the city of Koblenz and 234 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there has been one death in the Mayen-Koblenz district and five deaths in the City of Koblenz. Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district:

    • City of Andernach: 28
    • City of Bendorf: 25
    • City of Mayen: 5
    • VG Maifeld: 17
    • VG Mendig: 9
    • VG Pellenz: 5
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 85
    • VG Vallendar: 14
    • VG Vordereifel: 15
    • VG Weißenthurm: 31

    The health office also expressly points out that only citizens who live in the city area or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz are tested in the two corona clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card. In addition, symptoms must be evident and there must have been contact with a demonstrably infected person or a stay in a risk area.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus. Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics, in which only citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are examined, are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at Schützenplatz (Bürresheimerstrasse) in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m .;
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 01.04.20: COVID-19 patients in Koblenz' hospitals

    Currently, 50 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz as of April 1st 2020, 3 pm. This number will be updated daily.

  • 01.04.2020: 19 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona falls in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district rose by 19 to a total of 379 between Monday and Tuesday evening. More than 70 people are now considered to have recovered. The number is based on a statistical calculation using the date of the positive laboratory result 15 days ago as the basis. "We are pleased about everyone who is on the road to recovery, but that is no reason to call it an all-clear. It is important that people continue to adhere to the country's regulation on the fight against coronavirus," emphasises Michael Schönberg from the Health Department of the Mayen-Koblenz District Administration.

    Since the start of the two corona clinics on Tuesday, March 10th, a total of 2729 people have visited them in Koblenz and 1215 in Mayen. Of these, 1828 were tested in Koblenz and 711 in Mayen.

    At the same time, in a total of 155 people from the city of Koblenz and 224 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there has been one death in the Mayen-Koblenz district and five deaths in the City of Koblenz. Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district:

    • City of Andernach: 27
    • City of Bendorf: 24
    • City of Mayen: 4
    • VG Maifeld: 17
    • VG Mendig: 9
    • VG Pellenz: 5
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 79
    • VG Vallendar: 13
    • VG Vordereifel: 15
    • VG Weißenthurm: 31

    The health office also expressly points out that only citizens who live in the city area or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz are tested in the two corona clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card. In addition, symptoms must be evident and there must have been contact with a demonstrably infected person or a stay in a risk area.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus. Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics, in which only citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are examined, are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at Schützenplatz (Bürresheimerstrasse) in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m .;
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 01.04.2020: Waiver of parental fees for child daycare in April 2020

    The closure of day-care centres, nurseries and schools to contain the corona pandemic poses a major challenge for parents, as alternative childcare options must be found. In addition, many parents are directly involved in systemically important professions in order to maintain public life despite the corona crisis.

    To ease the financial burden on parents, the city of Koblenz will waive all parental fees for crèches and after-school care centres in April 2020, both for municipal and private sponsorship. Therefore, no contributions will be collected for the facilities run by the city on the debit date 15.04. If parents transfer the contributions themselves, they are requested not to make any payment for April 2020 on the aforementioned date. For day care centres run by other operators, the responsible day care centre operator will provide the parents with further information.

    The cost contributions to be paid for April 2020 for meals in day care centres and the parental contributions for day care will also be waived. The payment procedure is the same as that described above.

    Similarly, the City of Koblenz will waive the parental fees for the primary school in April 2020 and the fees for lunchtime meals in April 2020.

  • 31.03.2020: Care facility for nursing home inhabitants

    The city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are planning to set up an isolated care facility in case of a severe corona outbreak in nursing homes. In order to protect the residents of nursing homes from infection, it may then be necessary to accommodate the infected persons in another building. Since this will hardly be possible in the facilities themselves, an enquiry has been made to the Berufsförderungswerk Koblenz in Vallendar and support has been requested. The management there was immediately prepared to make premises available for this purpose: "For me as Managing Director, it was self-evident to offer any help that we can due to our infrastructure," said Heinz Werner Meurer, Managing Director of the Berufsförderungswerk Koblenz in Vallendar.

    In this house, accommodation and care will initially be created for 40 people in need. Only people who have a mild course of illness will be accommodated here in order to keep the cost of nursing care low. Likewise, patients from a hospital who have tested positive can be accommodated here before they return to a residential home, in order to prevent further spread in the old people's homes. The replacement nursing home, which could start operations on Friday, April 3rd, is jointly funded by the district of Mayen-Koblenz and the city of Koblenz. The city and district are supported by the Koblenz hospitals. Volunteers trained to be nursing assistants are also employed in this facility.

  • 31.03.2020: COVID-19 patients in hospitals in Koblenz

    Currently, 50 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz as of March 31st 2020, 11 am. This number will be updated daily.

  • 31.03.2020: 18 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district increased by 18 to a total of 360 from Sunday to Monday evening. It should still be noted that the total number includes all those infected since the start of testing and may also include those who have already recovered.

    Since the start of the two corona clinics on Tuesday, March 10th, a total of 2659 people have visited them in Koblenz and 1182 in Mayen. Of these, 1775 were tested in Koblenz and 688 in Mayen.

    At the same time, in a total of 148 people from the city of Koblenz and 212 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there has been one death in the Mayen-Koblenz district and five deaths in the City of Koblenz. Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district:

    • City of Andernach: 26
    • City of Bendorf: 22
    • City of Mayen: 4
    • VG Maifeld: 14
    • VG Mendig: 9
    • VG Pellenz: 5
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 78
    • VG Vallendar: 11
    • VG Vordereifel: 15
    • VG Weißenthurm: 28

    The health office also expressly points out that only citizens who live in the city area or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz are tested in the two corona clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card. In addition, symptoms must be evident and there must have been contact with a demonstrably infected person or a stay in a risk area.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus. Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The corona clinics, in which only citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are examined, are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at Schützenplatz (Bürresheimerstrasse) in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m .;
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 30.03.2020: 5 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district increased by 5 to a total of 342 from Saturday to Sunday evening. It should still be noted that the total number includes all those infected since the start of testing and may also include those who have already recovered.

    Since the start of the two fever outpatient clinics on Tuesday, March 10th, a total of 2601 people have visited them in Koblenz and 1143 in Mayen as of Friday evening, March 28th. Of these, 1729 were tested in Koblenz and 666 in Mayen.

    At the same time, in a total of 141 people from the city of Koblenz and 201 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there has been one death in the Mayen-Koblenz district and four deaths in the City of Koblenz. Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district:

    • City of Andernach: 25
    • City of Bendorf: 21
    • City of Mayen: 3
    • VG Maifeld: 12
    • VG Mendig: 8
    • VG Pellenz: 5
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 74
    • VG Vallendar: 10
    • VG Vordereifel: 15
    • VG Weißenthurm: 27

    The health office also expressly points out that only citizens who live in the city area or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz are tested in the two fever clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card. In addition, symptoms must be evident and there must have been contact with a demonstrably infected person or a stay in a risk area.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus.

    Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The fever clinics, in which only citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are examined, are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at Schützenplatz (Bürresheimerstrasse) in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m .;
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 30.03.2020: COVID-19 patients in hospitals in Koblenz

    Currently, 55 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz as of March 30th 2020, 11 am. This number will be updated daily.

  • 30.03.2020: Great support from Kolblenz' clubs and associations

    The seamstresses of the Koblenz carnival clubs, which are members of the AKK, have started production of protective masks. For this they use fabrics from the companies Schlaudt and Bölke, some of which are donated. All other costs incurred will be covered by the Koblenz Carnival Association.

    "You can rely on the great commitment of the Koblenz associations even in times of crisis - thank you very much for that", says Mayor Ulrike Mohrs.

  • 29.03.2020: COVID-19 patients in hospitals in Koblenz

    Currently, 49 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz as of March 29th 2020, 11 am. This number will be updated daily.

  • 29.03.2020: 9 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district increased by 9 to a total of 337 from Friday to Saturday evening. It should still be noted that the total number includes all those infected since the start of testing and may also include those who have already recovered.

    Since the start of the two fever outpatient clinics on Tuesday, March 10th, a total of 2530 people have visited them in Koblenz and 1106 in Mayen as of Friday evening, March 28th. Of these, 1678 were tested in Koblenz and 634 in Mayen.

    At the same time, in a total of 141 people from the city of Koblenz and 196 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there has been one death in the Mayen-Koblenz district and three deaths in the City of Koblenz. Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district:

    • City of Andernach: 23
    • City of Bendorf: 21
    • VG Maifeld: 12
    • City of Mayen: 3
    • VG Mendig: 6
    • VG Pellenz: 4
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 72
    • VG Vallendar: 9
    • VG Vordereifel: 14
    • VG Weißenthurm: 26

    The health office also expressly points out that only citizens who live in the city area or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz are tested in the two fever clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card. In addition, symptoms must be evident and there must have been contact with a demonstrably infected person or a stay in a risk area.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus.

    Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • 28.03.2020: 23 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district increased by 23 to a total of 328 from Thursday to Friday evening. It should still be noted that the total number includes all those infected since the start of testing and may also include those who have already recovered.

    Since the start of the two fever outpatient clinics on Tuesday, March 10th, a total of 2530 people have visited them in Koblenz and 1106 in Mayen as of Friday evening, March 27th. Of these, 1661 were tested in Koblenz and 634 in Mayen.

    At the same time, in a total of 138 people from the city of Koblenz and 190 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there has been one death in the Mayen-Koblenz district and three deaths in the City of Koblenz. Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district:

    • City of Andernach: 23
    • City of Bendorf: 21
    • VG Maifeld: 12
    • City of Mayen: 3
    • VG Mendig: 6
    • VG Pellenz: 4
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 72
    • VG Vallendar: 9
    • VG Vordereifel: 14
    • VG Weißenthurm: 26

    The health office also expressly points out that only citizens who live in the city area or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz are tested in the two fever clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card. In addition, symptoms must be evident and there must have been contact with a demonstrably infected person or a stay in a risk area.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus.

    Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • 27.03.2020: Call for volunteers

    In the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz, numerous volunteers are providing an extraordinary service in coping with tasks related to the Corona crisis. In order to be able to continue to provide these services, many more volunteers, especially nursing assistants, are being sought. "Not all of the volunteers will be deployed right now. We are currently forming a pool of possible helpers. Hopefully we will not need all of them, but we want to be prepared", emphasize Mayor Ulrike Mohrs and District Administrator Dr. Alexander Saftig.

    Anyone who wants to be trained as a nursing assistant in a free two-day training course can register via an online form on the Mayen-Koblenz district administration website. The nursing assistants can be used to support simple nursing activities in the health sector. The training for nursing assistants includes basic information on corona, corresponding patient observation and vital sign control, nursing and personal hygiene as well as the care, moving and positioning of patients.

    People who have medical qualifications, such as paramedics, medical assistants or nursing staff, can also use the online form to register and help.

    Interested parties can find the online form for registration on the Internet at www.kvmyk.de/Helfer. Anyone whos has already offered their help via the e-mail address engagement@kvmyk.de is already registered and does not need to register again.

  • 27.03.2020: Rescue services in great demand in terms of personnel and material

    As in the hospitals, preparations are in full swing at the emergency services in view of the growing number of patients suffering from COVID-19 or who are suspected to be COVID-19 patients. In this special situation, all organisations involved in the emergency services regularly coordinate closely.

    The number of patients to be treated in the coming weeks can hardly be estimated, which is why work is being done on personnel relapse levels both in the voluntary sector of the aid organisations and in the pool of former employees and temporary staff.

    A further focus is keeping employees healthy. The worldwide supply shortage for hygiene products (e.g. masks, gowns, etc.) poses a big problem. It is essential to ensure safe patient care and to protect our own employees. With this in mind, it is currently essential to use safety materials in an extremely resource-saving manner.

    On the one hand, this means maintaining the greatest possible distance from patients and colleagues in everyday rescue work, without compromising adequate patient care.

    On the other hand, the shortage of protective equipment also means that the few materials available are used carefully. This approach is based on clear recommendations of the Robert Koch Institute for a targeted (multiple) use of protective materials.

    All responsible bodies are currently working tirelessly to procure any protective equipment still available.

    In addition, alternative methods are already being considered and tested which, through special reprocessing, should make it possible to use disposable materials (e.g. masks) several times. The rescue stations are already taking precautions for this by collecting used masks in appropriate containers.

    It is and remains a difficult balancing act between the greatest possible protection for employees on the one hand and the economical use of scarce products on the other.

    At this point, we would like to take this opportunity to express our special thanks to all members of the emergency services who are working tirelessly to ensure the supply of the population even in this unusual situation.

  • 27.03.2020: City administration advises to donate to charity

    The willingness to help homeless people is very high due to the current Corona pandemic. Some people, for example, hang bags of food on so-called gift fences ("Gabenzäune") to provide for affected people.

    The city administration of Koblenz highly appreciates this commitment of its citizens, but considers it to be the wrong way to go. The food is exposed sunlight, which can lead to germination, or the bags can be opened and the food eaten by rodents.

    Instead, the city administration, together with independent sponsors in Koblenz, has created a small network at short notice to receive and distribute this type of donation.

    Citizens who would like to donate food and other items to the homeless can hand them over to facilities run by Die Schachtel e.V., the Caritasverband, Arbeiterwohlfahrt and now also to the Internationaler Bund für Sozialarbeit. The contact points accept already packed and non-perishable food for the homeless and distribute it to those in need whilst also following hygiene regulations.

    The following articles are currently particularly helpful: canned soups, canned fish, chocolate, biscuits and water. Hygiene articles are also welcome.

    The independent agencies of the homeless aid are also happy to receive monetary donations to buy any missing provisions.

    The facilities of the homeless aid can be reached as follows:

    Caritas – Fachberatung für Menschen ohne Wohnung
    Neustadt 20
    56068 Koblenz
    Tel.: 0261/9144078
    Email: info@caritas-koblenz.de
    Website: www.caritas-koblenz.de
    When to drop of donations: Mo-Fr 9-12 und Mo-Do 13-16 Uhr

    Schachtel e.V. – Sozialberatung und Treffpunkt für Wohnungslose („Mampf“)
    Gartenstraße 12
    56070 Koblenz
    Tel. 0261/16992
    Email: dieschachtelev@web.de
    Website: www.mampf-koblenz.de
    When to drop of donations: Mo–Sa 9-15 Uhr

    Arbeiterwohlfahrt – Städtisches Übernachtungsheim
    Herberichstraße 153
    56070 Koblenz
    Tel.: 0261/84651
    Email: uebernachtungswohnheim@awo-koblenz.de
    Website: www.awo-koblenz.de
    Please place donations in front of the office door and ring the bell!

    IB – Internationaler Bund für Sozialarbeit
    Andernacher Straße 182 -188
    56070 Koblenz
    Tel.: 0261/98357-0
    Email: info@internationaler-bund.de
    Website: www.internationaler-bund.de
    When to drop of donations: Mo-Fr 7.30-17 Uhr

  • 27.03.2020: New opening hours of fever clinics

    From Monday, 30 March, the opening hours of the fever outpatient clinic in Koblenz will change:

    It will be open Monday through Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

    Due to the slight decrease in the number of people who visit the fever outpatient clinic per day, the daily opening hours in Koblenz can be reduced to save personnel.

  • 27.03.2020: COVID-19 patients in hospitals in Koblenz

    Currently, 41 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz as of March 27th 2020, 11 am. This number will be updated daily.

  • 27.03.2020: Ordnungsamt continues to control regularly

    The regulations to contain the corona pandemic will continue to be monitored with high priority by the Public Order Office ("Ordnungsamt"). "It is becoming apparent that there are still a few unteachable people who do not or no longer follow the rules," says Mayor Ulrike Mohrs.

    Some business owners tried to continue their business. In recent days, for example, warnings were repeatedly necessary because orders for delivery and pick-up services must not be placed at the shop door, but by telephone or online. Shops that were explicitly required to close by the state's legal ordinance also had to be shut down.

    In addition to the commercial sector, the public order office also takes a close look at private individuals, as the legal ordinance also sets out requirements here, for example on contact restrictions or distance rules. "We find that most people behave in an exemplary manner. We will continue to address the small number of inconsiderate people who endanger themselves and others and punish their misdemeanours," emphasises the Mayor.

    Although the number of offences is decreasing, the public order office still often has to sanction groups of more than 3 people outdoors, on playgrounds and sports fields or at so-called corona parties. Since the beginning of the week, about 30 administrative offence proceedings have been initiated, which can be fined up to 25,000 euros.

    "I urgently appeal to the citizens to adhere to the rules so that we can keep the infection rates down. This is the only way we can overcome the crisis. We will continue to punish quickly and appropriately any transgressions that endanger the weakest members of our society," Mayor Mohrs concluded.

  • 27.03.2020: 7 new cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and the Mayen-Koblenz district increased by 7 to a total of 305 from Wednesday to Thursday evening. It should still be noted that the total number includes all those infected since the start of testing and may also include those who have already recovered.

    Since the start of the two fever outpatient clinics on Tuesday, March 10th, a total of 2480 people have visited them in Koblenz and 1077 in Mayen as of Thursday evening, March 26th. Of these, 1625 were tested in Koblenz and 611 in Mayen.

    At the same time, in a total of 127 people from the city of Koblenz and 178 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there has been one death in the Mayen-Koblenz district and three deaths in the City of Koblenz. Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district:

    • City of Andernach: 21
    • City of Bendorf: 20
    • VG Maifeld: 10
    • City of Mayen: 4
    • VG Mendig: 6
    • VG Pellenz: 4
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 68
    • VG Vallendar: 9
    • VG Vordereifel: 13
    • VG Weißenthurm: 23

    The health office also expressly points out that only citizens who live in the city area or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz are tested in the two fever clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card. In addition, symptoms must be evident and there must have been contact with a demonstrably infected person or a stay in a risk area.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus.

    Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The fever clinics, in which only citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are examined, are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at Schützenplatz (Bürresheimerstrasse) in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday: 8 a.m. - 5.30 p.m .;
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 26.03.2020: Youth Wellfare Office offers help via telephone

    In the current situation of closed day-care centres and schools, families are exposed to particular pressure. Lack of social contacts and domestic isolation can easily lead to conflicts. In order to be able to offer parents professional help here, employees of the Youth Welfare Office, trained social pedagogues and social workers are available to talk to parents and pupils on the parent-pupil hotline.

    Not only the adults, but especially the children and young people themselves can get advice and help here.

    The hotline's number is 129-6677 and it can be reached Monday to Friday from 08.00 to 17.00.

  • 26.03.2020: Help services for victims of domestic abuse

    Even during the corona virus pandemic, girls and women affected by violence receive help from the counselling centres. The following counselling services are available:

    In Koblenz, the Women's Emergency Hotline ("Frauennotruf") provides free and, on request, anonymous advice to young girls and women who have experienced or fear sexual assaults, as well as to friends, relatives and caregivers of an affected person. The Women's Emergency Hotline has expanded the telephone counselling service and can also be reached via their online counselling service. In urgent cases, personal counselling sessions can also take place. Further information can be found on the homepage under the following link http://www.frauennotruf-koblenz.de/wir-sind-auch-der-aktuellen-krise-fuer-sie-da

    Important to know: You may leave the house to get help. This continues to be a valid reason.

    If you need help urgently, you will also find a first point of contact at the nationwide help line "Gewalt gegen Frauen" (https://www.hilfetelefon.de/), phone number: 08000 116 016.

    In addition, the nationwide "Nummer gegen Kummer" helps children, young people and parents anonymously and free of charge with all questions, worries and problems:

    - Children and youth nationwide can call 116111.

    - Parents, grandparents and other educators can call 0800 - 111 0 550 or contact the Nummer gegen Kummer on the Internet https://www.nummergegenkummer.de/

  • 26.03.2020: COVID-19-patients in hospitals in KO

    Currently, 39 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz as of March 26th 2020, 11 am. This number will be updated daily.

  • 26.03.2020: Total number of Corona cases in KO and MYK reaches 298

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and in the district of Mayen-Koblenz rose by 24 to a total of 298 from Tuesday to Wednesday evening. “It is important to note that these numbers include all infected people and also include people who have already recovered. It is currently not possible for us to deduct these from the statistics, ” says Michael Schönberg from the Mayen-Koblenz Health Department.

    Since the start of the two fever outpatient clinics on Tuesday, March 10th, a total of 2429 people have visited them in Koblenz and 1058 in Mayen as of Wednesday evening, March 25th. Of these, 1612 were tested in Koblenz and 595 in Mayen.

    At the same time, in a total of 122 people from the city of Koblenz and 176 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there has been one death in the Mayen-Koblenz district and three deaths in the City of Koblenz. Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district:

    • City of Andernach: 21
    • City of Bendorf: 20
    • VG Maifeld: 10
    • City of Mayen: 4
    • VG Mendig: 5
    • VG Pellenz: 4
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 67
    • VG Vallendar: 9
    • VG Vordereifel: 13
    • VG Weißenthurm: 23

    The health office also expressly points out that only citizens who live in the city area or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz are tested in the two fever clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card. In addition, symptoms must be evident and there must have been contact with a demonstrably infected person or a stay in a risk area.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus.

    Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The fever clinics, in which only citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are examined, are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at Schützenplatz (Bürresheimerstrasse) in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday: 8 a.m. - 5.30 p.m .;
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 25.03.2020: COVID-19-patients in hospitals in KO

    Currently, 36 patients infected with COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals in Koblenz as of March 25th 2020, 11 am. This number will be updated daily.

  • 25.03.2020: Total number of corono cases in KO and MYK reaches 274

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and in the district of Mayen-Koblenz rose by 21 to a total of 274 from Monday to Tuesday evening. “It is important to note that these numbers include all infected people and also include people who have already recovered. It is currently not possible for us to deduct these from the statistics, ” says Michael Schönberg from the Mayen-Koblenz Health Department.

    Since the start of the two fever outpatient clinics on Tuesday, March 10th, a total of 2365 people have visited them in Koblenz and 1029 in Mayen as of Tuesday evening, March 24th. Of these, 1564 were tested in Koblenz and 576 in Mayen.

    At the same time, in a total of 109 people from the city of Koblenz and 165 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz had positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there has been one death in the Mayen-Koblenz district and one death in the City of Koblenz. Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district:

    • City of Andernach: 18
    • City of Bendorf: 20
    • VG Maifeld: 10
    • City of Mayen: 4
    • VG Mendig: 5
    • VG Pellenz: 4
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 61
    • VG Vallendar: 9 (*)
    • VG Vordereifel: 12
    • VG Weißenthurm: 22

    (*) In the municipality of Vallendar, the number of positive corona cases has decreased by 1 compared to the last published figures. A previously unspecified test result, which was previously considered positive in the statistics, has now turned out to be negative.

    The health office also expressly points out that only citizens who live in the city area or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz are tested in the two fever clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card. In addition, symptoms must be evident and there must have been contact with a demonstrably infected person or a stay in a risk area.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus.

    Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The fever clinics, in which only citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are examined, are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at Schützenplatz (Bürresheimerstrasse) in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday: 8 a.m. - 5.30 p.m .;
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 25.03.2020: Help seekers can now insert their needs on "Coronahilfe Koblenz"

    The corona pandemic primarily affects the elderly and those with previous health problems. They are particularly at risk in the event of a coronavirus disease and are therefore forced to restrict social contactsas well as necessary shopping, walking their dogs and similar activities. People quarantined because of contact with an infected person or their own infection also need support.

    Especially with regard to purchases and other errands, a number of aid groups have already formed - often voluntarily and always following the motto "spatially at a distance, socially close".

    In order to collect all existing offers in Koblenz and to be able to offer help seekers support-related offers, the city of Koblenz is now creating a platform called "Coronahilfe Koblenz".

    On the one hand, offers of help are recorded via the adminstration's research and networks, or helpers can actively insert them. On the other hand, those looking for help can post their needs and receive support options.

    Since Monday, help offers have been collected. It is now also possible to make requests for help. “In times like these, soliddarity is incredibly important in our city. It is a great relief to receive offers to support their fellow citizens from so many people and institutions. We now want Coronahilfe Koblenz to turn the offers into concrete help for every single person seeking help, ”said Mayor David Langner.

    Offers and requests of help can be reported online at  www.koblenz.de/coronahilfe . If this is not possible, you can contact "Coronahilfe Koblenz" by phone via the city hotline 0261 129-6666 (your call will then be forwarded to the Coronahilfe team).

    Important to know: The mediation is not automated, but people seeking help and helpers are brought together as precisely as possible by city employees.

  • 24.03.2020:  Total number of corona cases in KO and MYK increases to 253

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and in the district of Mayen-Koblenz rose by 44 to a total of 253 from Sunday to Monday evening. “It is important to note that these numbers include all infected people and also include people who have already recovered. It is currently not possible for us to deduct these from the statistics, ” says Michael Schönberg from the Mayen-Koblenz Health Department.

    Since the start of the two fever outpatient clinics on Tuesday, March 10th, a total of 2299 people have visited them in Koblenz and 994 in Mayen as of Monday evening, March 23rd. Of these, 1505 were tested in Koblenz and 551 in Mayen.

    At the same time, in a total of 95 people from the city of Koblenz and 158 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz a positive test result was found, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there has been one death in the Mayen-Koblenz district. Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district:

    • City of Andernach: 17
    • City of Bendorf: 17
    • VG Maifeld: 9
    • City of Mayen: 4
    • VG Mendig: 5
    • VG Pellenz: 4
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 59
    • VG Vallendar: 10
    • VG Vordereifel: 12
    • VG Weißenthurm: 21

    The health office also expressly points out that only citizens who live in the city area or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz are tested in the two fever clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card. In addition, symptoms must be evident and there must have been contact with a demonstrably infected person or a stay in a risk area.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus.

    Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The fever clinics, in which only citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are examined, are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at Schützenplatz (Bürresheimerstrasse) in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday: 8 a.m. - 5.30 p.m .;
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 24.03.2020: Volunteers trained to be nursing assistants

    At the beginning of the week, the training of voluntary helpers who have responded to a call on the Internet, began. Debending on the number of participants and the available capacities, the 2-day training courses take place either at the Koblenz School for Nursing Professions or in the Mittelrhein Community Hospital, Kemperhof.

    The training includes:
    Corona basic information
    Personal hygiene
    Observation of patients and vital signs control
    Care / body care
    Diet / excretion
    Movement / patient positioning / pressure ulcer prophylaxis
    Risk of falling

    Further courses start on Wednesday and Friday. By the weekend, more than 80 new nursing assistants will be available to assist nursing staff in nursing care facilities, nursing homes and clinics. The volunteers are between 18 and 60 years old and do not belong to any risk group.

    Around 360 people have registered and are now being called on by the city administration.

  • 23.03.2020: "Coronahilfe Koblenz" unites helpers and help seekers

    The corona pandemic primarily affects the elderly and those with previous health problems. They are particularly at risk in the event of a coronavirus disease and are therefore forced to restrict social contactsas well as necessary shopping, walking their dogs and similar activities. People quarantined because of contact with an infected person or their own infection also need support.

    Especially with regard to purchases and other errands, a number of aid groups have already formed - often voluntarily and always following the motto "spatially at a distance, socially close".

    In order to collect all existing offers in Koblenz and to be able to offer help seekers support-related offers, the city of Koblenz is now creating a platform called "Coronahilfe Koblenz".

    On the one hand, offers of help are recorded via the adminstration's research and networks, or helpers can actively insert them. On the other hand, those looking for help can post their needs and receive support options.

    Offers of help can be reported online at  www.koblenz.de/coronahilfe . If this is not possible, you can contact "Coronahilfe Koblenz" by phone via the city hotline 0261 129-6666 (your call will then be forwarded to the Coronahilfe team).

    Important to know: The mediation is not automated, but people seeking help and helpers are brought together as precisely as possible by city employees.

    The service of "Coronahilfe Koblenz", which is only accepting help for now, is starting immediately. As soon as the offers of help are recorded, requests for help will be processed.

  • 23.03.2020: Great support of local businesses

    Despite their difficult situation, some Koblenz companies offer their support. For example, the furniture store IKEA donated pillows and towels for the nursing care facilities and bed linen for hospital staff. Even the authorities have faced some difficulties providing this type of necessary material. Therefore, we are grateful for having received help quickly and unexpectedly.

    Another woderful example is the very generous donation from Griesson DeBeukelaer, which supplied the Mayen-Koblenz district administration and the Koblenz city administration with a semitrailer full of biscuits. The employees who work tirelessly in the current situation were particularly pleased about this.

    Unexpectedly, the employees of the fever clinic received a visit from the Firin deluxe bakery last weekend, who supplied the staff on duty with baked goods and drinks.

    District Administrator Dr. Alexander Saftig and Mayor Ulrike Mohrs agree - motivating donations like these make it easier to keep on carrying out large tasks like this.

  • 23.03.2020: Nursing school starts teaching volunteers

    On behalf of the Koblenz fire brigade, the educational campus of the Koblenz-Montabaur Catholic Clinic started training volunteers of the "Malteser Hilfsdienst", the "Johanniter Unfallhilfe" and the German Red Cross on Saturday, March 21st, 20.

    The teachers at the nursing school quickly developed a course teaching important basics in the care of people who have to be treated and supported in the hospital due to a corona infection. The training includes the important instruction in hygiene measures and the correct handling of personal protective equipment, monitoring the sick, support with personal hygiene, help with nutrition and excretion as well as the avoidance of hazards.

    Four of the education campus' staff members carried out the first course with 42 participants. They were catered for in cooperation between the Koblenz fire department and the secretary of the education campus.

    Despite the adverse overall situation, the mood on the first day of the training was good and there an interesting and educational exchange took place.

  • 23.03.2020: Current case numbers in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and in the district of Mayen-Koblenz rose by 16 to a total of 209 from Saturday to Sunday evening. “It is important to note that these numbers include all infected people and also include people who have already recovered. It is currently not possible for us to deduct these from the statistics, ” says Michael Schönberg from the Mayen-Koblenz Health Department.

    Since the start of the two fever outpatient clinics on Tuesday, March 10th, a total of 2242 people have visited them in Koblenz and 941 in Mayen as of Sunday evening, March 22nd. Of these, 1461 were tested in Koblenz and 516 in Mayen.

    At the same time, in a total of 75 people from the city of Koblenz and 134 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz a positive test result was found, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there has been one death in the Mayen-Koblenz district. Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district:

    • City of Andernach: 15
    • City of Bendorf: 15
    • VG Maifeld: 8
    • City of Mayen: 3
    • VG Mendig: 5
    • VG Pellenz: 4
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 52
    • VG Vallendar: 9
    • VG Vordereifel: 9
    • VG Weißenthurm: 14

    The health office also expressly points out that only citizens who live in the city area or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz are tested in the two fever clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card. In addition, symptoms must be evident and there must have been contact with a demonstrably infected person or a stay in a risk area.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus.

    Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The fever clinics, in which only citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are examined, are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at Schützenplatz (Bürresheimerstrasse) in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday: 8 a.m. - 5.30 p.m .;
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 22.03.2020: New numvers of corona infected patients in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and in the district of Mayen-Koblenz rose by 17 to a total of 193 from Wednesday to Thursday evening. “It is important to note that these numbers include all infected people and also include people who have already recovered. It is currently not possible for us to deduct these from the statistics, ” says Michael Schönberg from the Mayen-Koblenz Health Department.

    Since the start of the two fever outpatient clinics on Tuesday, March 10th, a total of 2166 people have visited them in Koblenz and 916 in Mayen as of Saturday evening, March 21st. Of these, 1431 were tested in Koblenz and 501 in Mayen.

    At the same time, in a total of 67 people from the city of Koblenz and 126 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz a positive test result was found, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there has been one death in the Mayen-Koblenz district. Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district:

    • City of Andernach: 15
    • City of Bendorf: 14
    • VG Maifeld: 7
    • City of Mayen: 3
    • VG Mendig: 5
    • VG Pellenz: 4
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 51
    • VG Vallendar: 7
    • VG Vordereifel: 7
    • VG Weißenthurm: 13

    The health office also expressly points out that only citizens who live in the city area or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz are tested in the two fever clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card. In addition, symptoms must be evident and there must have been contact with a demonstrably infected person or a stay in a risk area.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus.

    Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • 21.03.2020: New numbers of corona infected patients in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and in the district of Mayen-Koblenz rose by 16 to a total of 176 from Wednesday to Thursday evening. “It is important to note that these numbers include all infected people and also include people who have already recovered. It is currently not possible for us to deduct these from the statistics, ” says Michael Schönberg from the Mayen-Koblenz Health Department.

    Since the start of the two fever outpatient clinics on Tuesday, March 10th, a total of 2210 people have visited them in Koblenz and 886 in Mayen as of Friday evening, March 20th. Of these, 1411 were tested in Koblenz and 475 in Mayen.

    At the same time, in a total of 60 people from the city of Koblenz and 116 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz a positive test result was found, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there has been one death in the Mayen-Koblenz district. Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district:

    • City of Andernach: 11
    • City of Bendorf: 11
    • VG Maifeld: 7
    • City of Mayen: 3
    • VG Mendig: 5
    • VG Pellenz: 4
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 48
    • VG Vallendar: 7
    • VG Vordereifel: 7
    • VG Weißenthurm: 13

    The health office also expressly points out that only citizens who live in the city area or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz are tested in the two fever clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card. In addition, symptoms must be evident and there must have been contact with a demonstrably infected person or a stay in a risk area.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus.

    Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • 21.03.2020: Mayor David Langner back in office

    After two tests of the suspected Corona case, all of which turned out to be negative, Mayor David Langner can now be personally present again on the administrative staff and in the town hall.

    "After consulting with the health department, I self isolated at home to protect other employees. Now this isolation is no longer necessary and I am happy to be able to take part in the situation meetings again in person, ” said Langner.

  • 20.03.2020: Digitalisation of fever clinics

    Anyone tested for coronavirus in one of the fever clinics in Koblenz or Mayen has received an email since March 17 if their findings are negative. Anyone tested positive before March 17 was contacted by phone. Everyone tested who has not received any message up to and including March 16 can assume that their findings were negative. Due to the high workload, it was not possible to notify everyone in writing.

    How does the changed procedure work? The fever clinics register the patient's data on site. They are then automatically added to the health department's system. Anyone who provided their e-mail address will receive an automated confirmation of receipt. If the findings are available from the laboratories, they are linked to the patient data. If the result is negative, an automatic email notification is sent out. Patients who have not provided an e-mail address will be notified by post in the event of a negative result.

    "In the event of a positive finding, we would first like to continue seeking personal contact with the patient," explains Michael Schönberg, the responsible medical officer at the Mayen-Koblenz health department. "Since those affected have many questions and fears, we would like to advise them personally on the phone," continued Schönberg.

    The digital process then continues in administration. After the call, the order that is later sent to the person tested positive by post is automatically generated. At the same time, the patient receives an e-mail with a document in which he must enter his direct contact persons from the past 14 days. This list is uploaded directly into the patient's digital file - all of course within the framework of all data protection regulations. "Adapting and optimizing administrative processes in this state of emergency has been our daily task for two weeks," explains office manager Petra Kretzschmann. “We not only have to comply with the obligation to provide citizens with quick information, but also to ensure that administrative processes function safely and efficiently. Digital processes can help us at this point in time."

  • 20.03.2020: Penalties for non-compliance to general decree

    Fines of up to 25,000 euros or imprisonment of up to 2 years for non-compliance with the general order

    Since the beginning of the week there have been severe restrictions in daily life in Koblenz. In addition to closings of various shops, bars, pubs, playgrounds and similar facilities, outdoor gatherings are also prohibited. So far, the admistration had relied on the reason of each individual citizen and had only given verbal reprimands during controls.

    Since Friday morning, the controlling officers acted according to regulatory authorities. Anyone not abiding by the applicable rulings is registered and given a dismissal. If they violate the decree again, fines of up to € 25,000 will be imposed.

    "This is not about depriving people of freedom, but about protecting the general population and reducing the spread of the corona virus through further infections," said Mayor Ulrike Mohrs.

    The same applies to people who have been found to be infected with the corona virus and who do not adhere to their domestic isolation. This is a criminal offense that will be appropriately prosecuted and reported.

    It continues to be the responsibility of every citizen to ensure that no further restrictive measures need to be decided and that there are no unnecessary further infections.

  • 20.03.2020: New cases of corona virus in KO and MYK

    The number of positive corona cases in Koblenz and in the district of Mayen-Koblenz rose by 24 to a total of 160 from Wednesday to Thursday evening. “It is important to note that these numbers include all infected people and also include people who have already recovered. It is currently not possible for us to deduct these from the statistics, ” says Michael Schönberg from the Mayen-Koblenz Health Department.

    Since the start of the two fever outpatient clinics on Tuesday, March 10th, a total of 1852 people have visited them in Koblenz and 837 in Mayen as of Thursday evening, March 19th. Of these, 1235 were tested in Koblenz and 457 in Mayen.

    At the same time, in a total of 51 people from the city of Koblenz and 108 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz a positive test result was found, meaning the coronavirus was detected. So far, there has been one death in the Mayen-Koblenz district. Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district:

    • City of Andernach: 11
    • City of Bendorf: 11
    • VG Maifeld: 5
    • City of Mayen: 3
    • VG Mendig: 5
    • VG Pellenz: 4
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 45
    • VG Vallendar: 7
    • VG Vordereifel: 6
    • VG Weißenthurm: 11

    The health office also expressly points out that only citizens who live in the city area or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz are tested in the two fever clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card. In addition, symptoms must be evident and there must have been contact with a demonstrably infected person or a stay in a risk area.

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus. Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • 20.03.2020: First death after a corona infection in MYK

    The first person died in the Mayen-Koblenz district after being infected with the coronavirus (COVID-19). “Unfortunately, we have tu announce the first death in the district in connection with the Corona virus. I deeply regret this and would like to express my deepest condolences to the relatives”, said District Administrator Dr. Alexander Saftig.

    The deceased is an 80-year-old from the district. The man was hospitalized in a Koblenz hospital and died there on Thursday, March 19. In close consultation with the treating hospital, no further personal information will be published.

    “With all measures and restrictions currently in progress, we are doing everything in our power to protect our health - and especially the well-being of particularly vulnerable groups such as the elderly and the chronically ill. Every one of us must now do our part, so I ask you expressly: Limit your social contacts, ” says District Administrator Saftig and emphasizes that this is the only way to slow the further spread of the corona virus.

  • 19.03.2020: Several nursing care facilities are being installed

    Since the beginning of the week, the establishment of nursing care facilities for the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz has been intensively planned. Mayor Ulrike Mohrs and district administrator Dr. Alexander Saftig presented the results today. The construction work for both facilities should be completed on Saturday morning.

    In the course of the possibly increasing number of newly infected people due to the corona virus, far-reaching plans are being made to protect the clinics and ultimately the entire population.

    If the number of patients in need of medical care increases too much and the capacities of the local clinics reach their limits, these facilities can be used without any delay.

    These are purely preventive measures that are currently being implemented, as both time and personnel capacity are still available. It is hoped that we will not have to resort to these nursing care facilities.

    Information on the nursing care facilities:

    Karthause gymnasium and IGS Koblenz (Pollenfeld):
    120 beds in the Karthause gym and 200 beds in the IGS Koblenz (Pollenfeld) for the temporary care and treatment of slightly sick people who cannot be at home alone due to the corona infection. Staffing is currently being planned in cooperation with the clinics, the civil protection units and the local authorities.

    A total of 135 people from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz have tested positive for the Corona virus. Of these, 42 are in the city of Koblenz and 93 in the district of Mayen-Koblenz as of Wednesday evening.

    With regard to early action in relation to the development of the pandemic, all necessary measures will continue to be analyzed and implemented. Above all, this is done to protect the entire population and the local health system.

  • 19.03.2020: Newest information by the city administration

    Forest playgrounds

    The three forest playgrounds Remstecken, Mäushohl and in the Bienhornbachtal are closed like the inner-city playgrounds. Use is not permitted.

    Game reserve Remstecken

    With regard to the use of the Remstecken game reserve, notices will be placed in several places. Use is still possible, but every visitor should abide by the general rules for avoiding contact. If these are not being followed, closures will be issued.

    Güls local advisory board

    The meeting planned for the Güls local advisory board, which was to take place on March 24, has been canceled.

    Churches closed

    Because of the corona pandemic, meetings in churches, mosques, synagogues, and meetings of other denominations are prohibited until April 19.

    Hotline set up for catering and retail businesses

    Questions about gastronomy, hotels, amusement arcades are answered at 129-4455; questions from other businesses, events and meetings at 129-4453. The hotline is available Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. You can find a detailed report here.

    Immediate measures to relieve Koblenz companies and businesses

    To relieve the burden on Koblenz companies and traders who are currently suffering from economic difficulties due to the corona pandemic, the City of Koblenz is now offering various immediate measures as part of the trade tax. You can find a detailed report here.

    City administration is closed to the public

    As of now, all administrative areas of the Koblenz city administration are closed to the public, including the vehicle registration office and driver's license office. Appointments already made expire. If there is an unavoidable need or in cases of hardship, an event-related appointment can be arranged by email to zulassung@stadt.koblenz.de or by fax: 0261 129 4400.

    Information from the city library

    The Koblenz City Library is also affected by the current closures due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, the library's digital offering in the form of e-books is still available.

    Borrowed media can be returned at any time via the 24-hour media return in the Forum Confluentes (entrance in Clemensstrasse). In addition, deadlines can still be extended online, in which case there will be no additional late payment / reminder fees.

    The library can be reached by phone and email. The library is available for questions from Monday to Thursday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on 0261/129 2626.  Any media due in the period from March 16 to April 20, 2020 will be automatically extended by the city library for 6 weeks.

    Interlibrary loans between libraries in Germany have been temporarily suspended. Preordered media will be held back for library customers until after (re)opening.

  • 19.03.2020: Religious gatherings are prohibited

    Because of the corona pandemic, meetings in churches, mosques, synagogues, and meetings of other denominations are prohibited until April 19.

    بسبب آفة الكورونا تمنع لغاية 91 أبريل التجمعات في الكنائس والجوامع والمعابد اليهودية
    كما تمنع كذلك التجمعات في دور العبادة الأخرى

  • 19.03.2020: New cases of corona virus in Ko and MYK

    The number of positive corona cases tested in the fever clinics in Koblenz and Mayen increased from Tuesday to Wednesday evening by 26 to a total of 135. Since the start of the two fever clinics on Tuesday, March 10th, a total of 1,724 people have come to Koblenz and 771 to Mayen as of Wednesday evening, March 18th. 1,134 swabs were taken in Koblenz and 428 in Mayen.

    At the same time, a total of 42 people from the city of Koblenz and 93 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz were found to have positive test results meaning the coronavirus was detected. Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district:

    • City of Andernach: 9
    • City of Bendorf: 8
    • VG Maifeld: 3
    • City of Mayen: 2
    • VG Mendig: 3
    • VG Pellenz: 4
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 43
    • VG Vallendar: 7
    • VG Vordereifel: 4
    • VG Weißenthurm: 10

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus. Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The fever clinics, in which only citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are examined, are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at Schützenplatz (Bürresheimerstrasse) in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday: 8 a.m. - 5.30 p.m .;
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 18.03.2020: Newest information by the City's administration

    Restrictions on municipal service operations

    The municipal service company ("Kommunaler Servicebetrieb") has to restrict part of its service due to the corona pandemic. From now on, the mobile pollutant collection including electronic waste collection will be stopped in the city districts.

    Furthermore, no bulky waste and no green waste will be picked up from Monday. The container service is no longer accepting new customers.

    The garbage truck might drive up later because of the shifted start of service for the waste disposal staff, which is intended to prevent larger crowds of people in the changing rooms.

    The recycling center in Fritz-Ludwig-Strasse 6, the pollutant collection point in Schlachthofstrasse and the green waste composting facility in Greiffenklaustrasse will be closed from Saturday, March 21st.

    Inclined elevator stops operating

    The inclined elevator in Ehrenbreitstein is now closed.

    Resident parking permits remain valid

    Due to the corona crisis, parking permits are currently not being extended. Permits that are no longer valid can continue to be used until April 30. Vehicle owners should continue to display the expired permit in the vehicle.

  • 18.03.2020: New cases of corona virus in KO and MYK: Total number reaches 109 people

    The number of positive corona cases  tested in the fever clinics in Koblenz and Mayen continues to increase. In comparison to other cities and counties in Rheinland-Pfalz, the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz show the highest number of cases. This also has to do with the fact that the city and district taken together are populous and are among the first in the country to use the fever clinics to carry out a large number of tests and report results.

    Since the start of the two fever clinics on Tuesday, March 10th, a total of 1,623 people have come to Koblenz and 696 to Mayen as of Tuesday evening, March 17th. 1,043 swabs were taken in Koblenz and 392 in Mayen.

    At the same time, a total of 36 people from the city of Koblenz and 73 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz were found to have a positive test result, meaning the coronavirus was detected. Specifically, there are the following positive cases in the cities and municipalities (VG) of the district:

    • City of Andernach: 5
    • City of Bendorf: 6
    • VG Maifeld: 2
    • City of Mayen: 2
    • VG Mendig: 2
    • VG Pellenz: 3
    • VG Rhein-Mosel: 36
    • VG Vallendar: 5
    • VG Vordereifel: 4
    • VG Weißenthurm: 8

    In addition, there are positive test results from the fever clinics of 64 people from neighboring counties. The health office explicitly points out again that the two fever clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz only treat citizens who are resident of the City of Koblenz or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card.

    As already known, citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 / 108-730 with questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, the waiting times are constantly increasing. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 / 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus. Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The fever clinics, in which only citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are examined, are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at Schützenplatz (Bürresheimerstrasse) in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday: 8 a.m. - 5.30 p.m .;
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 17.03.2020: General decree for further contact-reducing measures

    The novel corona virus SARS-CoV-2 has spread worldwide in a short time. Everything must be done to prevent further spread. Therefore, increased protective measures to prevent the spread are required, which are regulated by this new general decree. Specifically, it is about other contact-reducing measures such as closings, access restrictions and a ban on meetings.

    The general decree measures will apply from tomorrow, Wednesday, March 18, 2020, 00:00 a.m.

    The general decree (in German) can be found here:

    https://www.koblenz.de/pressezentrale/bekanntmachungen/allgemeinverfuegung-der-kreisfreien-stadt-koblenz-zu-weiteren-kontaktreduzierenden-massnahmen-aufgrund-des-aufkommens-von-sars-cov-2-infektionen-in-rheinland-pfalz/

  • 17.03.2020: Nursing care facility set up at Karthause

    In a gymnasium on the Karthause, the fire brigade has started to set up a nursing care facility with 100 beds. The beds were provided by the Bundeswehr and were procured through civil-military cooperation.

    The nursing care facility has been set up as a purely preventive measure and should be used by the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz in the event of an intensification of the situation, as can be currently observed in the European region. The construction work will be completed in the next few days.

    The planning and preparatory measures for several other locations have already started.

    "Citizens can be sure that we will continue to take all preventive measures to master the current situation," said Mayor Ulrike Mohrs.

  • 17.03.2020: Citizens from neigbouring counties are asked to contact their respective offices

    Following the announcement published yesterday, only citizens living in the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz will be examined in the fever clinics in Mayen and Koblenz.

    The fever clinics were primarily set up to relieve the local hospitals. If the number of new patients is too high, however, they cannot do their job sufficiently. The Mayen-Koblenz district administration and the city of Koblenz therefore only ask people who meet the following requirements to go to the outpatient clinics:

    • Generally only residents of the city area of ​​Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz.    
    • People who have had direct contact with a confirmed infected person in the past 14 days AND who show clear symptoms. These include fever, dry cough, runny nose and fatigue, breathing problems, sore throat, headache and body aches, and chills.    
    • People who have been in risk areas AND show symptoms. Risk areas are according to the Robert Koch Institute (www.rki.de):     
      in China the province of Hubei (incl. city of Wuhan),     
      in Austria the state of Tyrol,     
      in Spain Madrid,     
      in South Korea the province of Gyeongsangbuk-do (North Gyeongsang),     
      in the United States the states of California, Washington and New York,     
      Iran,     
      Italy.     
      The area most affected in Germany is the district of Heinsberg (Nordrhein-Westfalen).

    Citizens residing in Koblenz and Mayen-Koblenz who are unsure about going to the outpatient clinic can contact the health department by phone. A Corona hotline can be reached at 0261 108-730 or 0261 129-6666, Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. In addition, citizens can also send their questions to corona@kvmyk.de. The health department then decides whether a visit to one of the fever clinics is necessary.

    Residents of other counties can find information from their district administrations and the respective health authorities under the following links:

  • 17.03.2020: All administrative Offices closed to public - Appointments no longer valid

    From now on, all administrative areas of the Koblenz city administration will be closed to the public. Citizens are only given access in justified cases and after making an appointment by telephone. Contact details for the offices and in-house businesses can be found at  https://www.koblenz.de/rathaus/verwaltung/aemter-und-abteilungen-a-z/.

    Appointments that have already been made (for example, at the Citizens' Registration Office, the Immigration Office or the Vehicle Registration Office) lose their validity.

  • 17.03.2020: Voluntary help with medical background needed

    Doctors, nurses and medical staff are asked to contact engagement@kvmyk.de

    In the fever clinics in Koblenz and Mayen, numerous voluntary helpers do an extraordinary service for society. In order to be able to maintain the offers, however, many other helpers are required. Therefore, the district of Mayen-Koblenz and the city of Koblenz call on the population for support.

    We are looking for former doctors, nurses and other medical staff for tasks in the fever clinics and other tasks in the area of ​​health care related to the current situation. Whoever wants to help can send an email with some information concerning their personal qualifications to engagement@kvmyk.de.

  • 16.03.2020: Newest measures by the administration

    The fever clinics are very well received, but it should be noted that they are visited by many people from surrounding counties. Therefore, the Health Department and Mayor Ulrike Mohrs make an urgent appeal that the outpatient clinics are only visited by people from the Mayen-Koblenz district and the city of Koblenz. People from other counties should visit institutions in their counties.

    The leasing business for the Bleidenberg plant and the JuBüZ are discontinued. Already completed rentals by April 30th will be canceled.

    The campsite also no longer accepts new guests.

    The municipal service company (Kommunaler Servicebetrieb) will not accept any new bulky waste (Sperrmüll) dates. The dates previously agreed are still being processed. However, there may be further restrictions in the removal of bulky waste and green waste as well as in the operation of the recycling center, the pollutant collection point and the green waste composting plant.

    Lastly, Koblenz residents are asked to make appointments by phone with the city administration or online at the citizens' office.

  • 16.03.2020: Several new cases of Corona in KO and MYK

    Since the start of the two fever clinics in Koblenz and Mayen, a total of 1,396 people in Koblenz and 603 in Mayen have shown up to Monday, March 16, 5 p.m. There were swabs taken from 821 people in Koblenz and 350 in Mayen. At the same time, a total of 27 people from the city of Koblenz and 46 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz were found to have positive test results, meaning the coronavirus was detected. In addition, there are positive test results of 44 people from neighboring counties.

    The fever clinics, in which only citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are examined, are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at Schützenplatz (Bürresheimerstrasse) in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday: 8 a.m. - 5.30 p.m .;
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 16.03.2020: Information concerning corona virus available via two hotlines: 0261 108-730 and 0261 129-6666

    Citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline on 0261 108-730 with any questions about the corona virus. Due to the increased number of calls, waiting times have increased significantly. Alternatively, citizens can also contact the citizens' telephone number of the city of Koblenz on Tel. 0261 129-6666. In addition to current measures relating to the regulations in the city of Koblenz, it also provides general information on the subject of corona virus.

    Both hotlines can be reached Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • 16.03.2020: Fever clinics will only treat residents of KO and MYK

    From now on, the two fever clinics in Mayen and the city of Koblenz can only treat citizens residing in the city or in the district of Mayen-Koblenz. For this purpose it may be necessary to show your identity card so that a pre-selection based on the place of residence can be made.

    Since fever outpatient clinics have not yet been set up in some surrounding counties, citizens from neighboring counties have visited the outpatient clinics in Mayen and Koblenz in the past few days, thereby bringing them beyond their exposure limits. On 13 March alone, 53 of the 98 examined persons came to Mayen from the surrounding area. In Koblenz out of 331 examined 192 were not citizens of the Mayen-Koblenz district or the city of Koblenz. That is why the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz have decided to take action. “The two outpatient clinics have had an outstanding role in the healthcare sector since they were commissioned. However, our fever clinics are not geared towards the many citizens of other counties and will not survive the current situation for a longer period of time. We have to protect our citizens and are therefore taking this step,” emphasize District Administrator Dr. Alexander Saftig and Mayor Ulrike Mohrs.

    They also point out again that only people with severe symptoms should go to the fever clinics. “There are too many people on site who are symptom-free and want to be tested prophylactically. That also breaks the system, ” say district administrator and mayor.

    Citizens of other districts should contact the outpatient clinics there or the health offices responsible for them.

  • 16.03.2020: New cases of Corona virus in KO and MYK: Total number reaches 57

    Press release by the District administration of Mayen-Koblenz www.kymyk.de

    The fever clinics in Koblenz and Mayen are well received. Citizens who have had direct contact with infected corona patients and who have symptoms are aware of their responsibility and actively respond to the call to visit the facilities. However, it should also be noted that more people from surrounding counties are visiting the fever clinics. For this reason, the health department of the Mayen-Koblenz district administration urges all people who do not come from the city of Koblenz or the district of Mayen-Koblenz to contact the health authorities responsible for them.

    Since the start of the two fever clinics on Tuesday, March 10, a total of 1,197 people in Koblenz and 444 people in Mayen have visited them by Sunday evening. 684 swabs were taken in Koblenz and 252 in Mayen. As of Sunday evening, a total of 20 people from the city of Koblenz and 37 people from the district of Mayen-Koblenz were found to have a positive test result, meaning the corona virus was detected. There are currently 24 cases in the district in the Verbandsgemeinde (VG) Rhein-Mosel, 2 in VG Weißenthurm, 1 in VG Vordereifel, 5 in VG Vallendar, 2 in VG Maifeld, 1 in the city of Bendorf and 2 in Andernach. In addition, there are positive test results from the fever clinics of 33 people from neighboring counties.

    The health department continues to appeal to all citizens as far as possible to limit social contacts. The goal must be to curb the spread of the virus.

    If you have any questions, the citizens of the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz can contact the Corona hotline. By phone at 0261 / 108-730 and by mail to corona@kvmyk.de. The hotline is available Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on the weekend from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The city of Koblenz has also set up a citizen phone. Here, citizens can call 0261 129-6666 on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to inform themselves about the regulations in the city of Koblenz on the subject of corona virus.

    Information:

    The fever clinics for citizens from the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at Schützenplatz (Bürresheimerstrasse) in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday: 8 a.m. - 5.30 p.m .;
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 15.03.2020: Closing of Schools and Daycare centres following general decree of Ministry of Education Rheinland-Pfalz

    The city of Koblenz announces that the general decree published by the Ministry of Education of Rheinland-Pfalz on March 13, 2020 now applies to the closure of schools and daycare centers from Monday, March 16, 2020. This more specific regulation replaces the individual regulation of March 13, 2020 issued by the city of Koblenz for school and daycare closings.

    The regulations of the Ministry of Education of Rheinland-Pfalz can be found at https://bm.rlp.de/de/service/pressemitteilungen/detail/news/News/detail/schulen-und-kitas-bleiben-geschlossen/ or  https://add.rlp.de/de/themen/schule/corona/ with additional information for parents and teachers.

  • 14.03.2020: Testing results: Notification only for positive cases

    Due to the high number of patients in the fever clinics in Mayen and Koblenz, the return time of test results from the laboratory has increased. It is currently up to three days. All patients tested positive will continue to be contacted immediately by the health department as soon as the findings are available. In the event of negative results, if no corona virus was detected, there will be no more direct contact.

    Regardless of this, it is recommended to reduce close social contacts to the bare minimum and to comply with the relevant hygiene regulations on your own responsibility. Rules of conduct can be found, among other things, on the website of the Robert Koch Institute (www.rki.de).

  • 14.03.2020: New information after today's briefing

    After today's briefing led by mayor David Langner and mayor Ulrike Mohrs, we can announce the following clarifications:

    Events and Assemblys

    Accordings to the general decree pblished yesterday, the organization of events and meetings in the area of ​​the city of Koblenz with a total number of people over 75 is prohibited. Events and meetings in closed rooms with a total number of people under 75 must comply with the recommendations of the Robert Koch Institute on infection control measures regarding the prevention of the spread of the coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2).

    Catering establishments like bars and restaurants are generally exempt from the decree. In case an event or assembly with more than 75 people has been set in one of those establishments, includings discotheques, clubs etc., they are prohibited as set by the general decree.

    Cinemas may operate as usual, but the mayors ask that all visitors keep at abigger distance than usual.

    Private events like weddings and funerals are exempt from the decree.

    Daycare centres

    All day care centres and primary schools in Koblenz will be closed from Monday, 16th of March 2020 until Friday, 17th of April 2020. Parents working to maintain the public order and care (medical and nursing staff, firefighters, police officers, employees of food retailers and energy suppliers) can request day care in emergency care groups in their usual institutions as long as their child’s care cannot be guaranteed otherwise. The institution’s administration will decide whether these conditions are fulfilled individually. The same goes for primary schools. Daycare and elementary school children will be looked after in the facilities they usually go to, 5th and 6th grade children in the elementary school in their home district.

    Koblenzer Verkehrsbetriebe (Public Transport Company of Koblenz)

    The koveb busses are currently departing accordings to the Sunday schedule. Koveb is working on adding an operational implementation so that from Monday 16th March this Sunday timetable will be supplemented by an hourly service on all koveb lines from around 5:00 a.m. The departure times will be based on the times of the Sunday timetable with regard to the "minute times". The koveb line 4 will then also run to Globus as part of the koveb emergency timetable; koveb line 20 will also run every hour.

    Example: on Sundays, line 3 runs for the first time at 8:15 am from the main train station (start of operations). The departure times for koveb line 3 would then be around the departure times 05.15; 06.15 and 07.15 added from Monday 16.03.20.

    The new koveb timetable data is expected to be published on the internet at  www.koveb.de from 3 p.m. on Sunday.

    The notices in all koveb timetable boxes will be replaced on Monday 16th March during the day.

    Thank you to everyone working to contain the spread of the virus!

    Mayor Langner and Mayor Mohrs thank everyone highly motivated to tackle the challenges associated with the corona virus. They particularly emphasize the Bundeswehr with its Bundeswehr central hospital, which has adopted a coordinating and supporting role in medical care.

  • 14.03.2020: No more visits with administration without set appointments

    Until further notice, all visits with the City administration can only take place after setting an appointment via phone.

    Please limit all visits to the authorities to an absolute minimum.

    Questions concerning administrative affairs can be answered by the administrative hotline 115, possibly rendering a visit at your local citizens' office unneccessary.

  • 13.03.2020: Steps taken to slow down the spread of corona virus

    In order to slow down the spread of the corona virus, the city of Koblenz is taking the following steps:

    •  All secondary schools in Koblenz will be closed from Monday, 16th of March 2020 until Monday, 20th of April 2020 (first day after the Easter break). The Abitur finals will take place as determined by the state of Rheinland-Pfalz. You can find further information here.

    • All day care centres and primary schools in Koblenz will be closed from Monday, 16th of March 2020 until Monday, 20th of April 2020. Parents working to maintain the public order and care (medical and nursing staff, firefighters, police officers, employees of food retailers and energy suppliers) can request day care in emergency care groups in their usual institutions as long as their child’s care cannot be guaranteed otherwise. The institution’s administration will decide whether these conditions are fulfilled individually. The same goes for primary schools.
      Daycare and elementary school children will be looked after in the facilities they usually go to, 5th and 6th grade children in the elementary school in their home district.

    • All public cultural institutions in Koblenz will be closed from Saturday, 14th of March until Monday, 20th of April. This includes the music school, the city archives, the city library, the theatre, all municipal museums, all municipal gymnasiums, the swimming pools, all youth centres and their respective events. Furthermore, the tourist information in the Forum Confluentes will be closed from March 14th, but can be reached by phone.

    • The city council meeting on March 19th is cancelled.

    • At the city administration of Koblenz, appointments can only be made after telephone registration.

    • The Koblenzer Verkehrsbetriebe busses will operate according to their Sunday schedules between March 16th and April 20th 2020:  www.koveb.de

    • Further information can be found on the municipal website: www.koblenz.de/corona.

    • If you have any further questions that are not answered here, you can contact the hotline 129 6666 from tomorrow, March 14, 2020 on Saturdays and Sundays from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and from Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
  • 13.03.2020: General decree: Events with more than 75 participants are prohibited

    In order to slow the spread of the corona virus, Mayor David Langner has issued a general decree that is based on the Infection Protection Act. Thereafter, the organization of events and meetings in the area of ​​the city of Koblenz with a total number of people over 75 is prohibited.

    Events and meetings in closed rooms with a total number of people under 75 must comply with the recommendations of the Robert Koch Institute on infection control measures regarding the prevention of the spread of the coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) in the current version.

    Organizers of events and assemblies have to confirm to the Koblenz city administration, regulatory office - subject area security and events, possibly one week before the event that they have followed the recommendations of the Robert Koch Institute. The organizer is also obliged to determine the name, address, telephone number / mobile phone number, e-mail address of each visitor and to have them ready for the competent authority.

    The general order is valid until April 20, 2020 or until a different one is issued.

    The general decree is available in full on bekanntmachungen.koblenz.de

  • 13.03.2020: Considerable waiting times in fever clinics

    At the moment we only ask those who have severe symptoms to visit the fever clinic in Koblenz. Despite the use of the maximum available medical personnel and material, there are currently considerable waiting times in the fever clinic in Koblenz.

  • 11.3.2020: Two new positive cases of corona virus in Koblenz and Brey

    A woman from Koblenz was tested positively for corona virus. She is a staff member of the University Koblenz-Landau at their location on Emil-Schüller Street. Any colleagues who have been in direct contact with her have been informed about the findings and the following proceedings by the health department of Mayen-Koblenz. As of today, the health department has found no student of the University Koblenz-Landau have been in direct contact with the patient who had been working in the student registrar.

    An 87-year-old woman from Brey was tested positively for corona virus. On the 7th of March, she visited the event “Wonderfrolleins Musik der 50er und 60er Jahre” in Brey. It is currently impossible to determine everyone in direct contact with her. Subsequently, all visitors of the event are asked to avoid close social contact. If any symptoms (fever, dry cough, respiratory problems, chills, sore throat) occur in participants of the events, they can visit the fever ambulances in Koblenz (open from 8 am) or Mayen (open from 10 am). It is not necessary to contact the health department beforehand.

  • 11.03.2020: Fever clinics in Koblenz und Mayen are well received

    The fever clinics in Koblenz and Mayen are well received. Citizens who have had direct contact with infected corona patients and who have symptoms are aware of their responsibility and actively respond to the call to visit the fever clinics.

    Since the start of the two fever outpatient clinics, a total of 255 people in Koblenz and 85 in Mayen have reached 10 people by 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday. 123 smears were taken in Koblenz and 58 in Mayen. The examinations in the fever clinics are proceeding quickly. Up to 20 people can be examined within an hour. The MVZ for laboratory medicine and microbiology in Koblenz-Mittelrhein evaluates all samples. Extra staff was parked there to ensure swift processing. The city and district are very grateful for this.

    In addition to the six already known corona cases in the area of ​​responsibility of the Mayen-Koblenz Health Department (5 in the city of Koblenz and 1 in the district), two new positive cases have recently been identified. It is a man from the district and a woman from Koblenz. Both persons are not related to the already known infected and have not been tested in the fever clinics.

    In the meantime, the questions to the hotline 0261 108-730 and to corona@kvmyk.de are answered quickly. By Wednesday afternoon, more than 2,500 calls had been made to the citizen phone. The hotline is available Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. In addition, citizens can also ask their questions via the aforementioned email address.

    Information:

    The fever clinics are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at Schützenplatz (Bürresheimerstrasse) in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday: 8 a.m. - 5.30 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

  • 11.03.2020: Health Department advises to cancel events

    The Mayen-Koblenz Health Department, which is responsible for the Mayen-Koblenz district and the city of Koblenz, recommends canceling all events for the months of March and April. This applies in particular to large events in closed rooms. This is in line with the recommendation of the state government.

    Regardless of the number of participants, even a smaller group of participants can promote the faster spread of the corona virus. However, tracking infected people is becoming increasingly difficult the larger the group of people. In particular, the health authority appeals to the organizers' high sense of responsibility to urgently check whether a cancellation or a transfer is possible. “If a participant is identified as an infected person after an event, the health department must contact all other participants to inform them. If this happens at several events, this can no longer be done, since a huge number of people would have to be contacted in a very short time. In addition, the name and address of all participants must be known in order to make contact, ”explains Michael Schönberg from the Health Department. This would also mean an enormous organizational effort for the organizers, since the contact details would have to be recorded in lists.

    In addition, the district and city administration appeals to every citizen to take personal responsibility. "When an event takes place, each participant is also obliged to decide whether he wants to expose himself to the possible risk of infection or whether one can do without attending certain events," said District Administrator Dr. Alexander Saftig and Mayor Ulrike Mohrs agreed.

  • 10.03.2020: Fever clinics start working

    The fever clinics in Koblenz and Mayen started working on Tuesday morning. In the district house, despite initial start-up problems, they are satisfied with the first day. Longer waiting times could be solved and rectified in the course of the morning at both locations. “The situation is new territory for all helpers on site and they still have to get used to it. So I ask the population for their understanding - we all grow with the challenges that lie ahead,” said District Administrator Dr. Alexander Saftig.

    Until about 5.15 p.m., 112 people were treated in the fever clinic in Koblenz. 66 were tested. At the end of the first day of work, 28 people were treated in the fever clinic in Mayen. Smears were taken from 21 of these, which, like the tests from Koblenz, were passed on to laboratories for evaluation. All people tested were sent to domestic isolation.

    Who should go to the fever clinics?
    People who have had direct contact with a confirmed, infected corona patient in the past 14 days AND have clear symptoms. These include fever, dry cough, a runny nose and fatigue, breathing problems, sore throat, head and body aches, and chills. These people do not have to contact the health department again and can go to the fever clinics directly. Contact persons of the first category known to the health authority (direct contact with an infected person) will be notified in writing.

    Where are the fever clinics located?
    The fever clinics are located in the parking lot in front of the Oberwerth stadium in Koblenz and at Schützenplatz (Bürresheimerstrasse) in Mayen.

    Opening times in Koblenz:
    Monday - Sunday: 8 a.m. - 5.30 p.m.;
    -> subject to change!

    Opening times in Mayen:
    Monday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    -> subject to change!

    How and when do you get feedback whether a test is positive?
    Tested persons receive feedback by telephone whether their test is positive or negative. It is requested that people who are tested do not request the test result via the hotline 0261 / 108-730 or by email. There they received no information. In any case, the people are called by employees of the health department and informed about the further procedure.

    Can you get preventive testing in the fever clinics?
    No! A test is only carried out if people meet the aforementioned requirements. For pure cold symptoms, the contact person is the family doctor.

    What should people do if they are unsure whether they have contracted an infection?

    These people should report to the health department over the phone. A Corona hotline can be reached on phone 0261 / 108-730 from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. In addition, citizens can also send their questions to corona@kvmyk.de. The health department then decides whether a visit to one of the fever clinics is necessary.

    What should people do who have been in a risk area or particularly affected area?
    People who return to the Koblenz or Mayen region from these areas and who have clear symptoms can call their general practitioner or the association of statutory health insurance physicians by phone to discuss how to proceed. A direct visit to the fever clinics is possible!
    According to the Robert Koch Institute, international risk areas are: In China, the province of Hubei (including the city of Wuhan), Iran, Italy and in South Korea, the province of Gyeongsangbuk-do (North Gyeongsang). South Tyrol (corresponds to the province of Bolzano) was last added to the Trentino-South Tyrol region. Areas particularly affected in Germany are, according to the Robert Koch Institute, the district of Heinsberg (Nordrhein-Westphalen).

  • 09.03.2020: Mobile clinics will be set in place

    In order to evaluate and examine a possible larger number of people in the district of Mayen-Koblenz and the city of Koblenz outside of regular clinic and practice operations for a conceivable infection with the coronavirus (COVID-19), there are two mobile medical care units - one in Koblenz and one in Mayen. The locations were set up at the instigation of the Mayen-Koblenz district administration's health department, which is responsible for the district and the city of Koblenz, in close consultation with the local hospitals and with the support of medical services and the fire brigade.

    In Koblenz, the mobile medical supply unit is installed in a parking lot at the Koblenz Stadium in Oberwerth. In Mayen it was set up at Schützenplatz, Bürresheimerstrasse. Both supply units will go into operation tomorrow, Tuesday, March 10th. "I would like to thank all the emergency services, doctors and volunteers who are so spontaneously at the side of the population," said District Administrator Dr. Alexander Saftig.

    In these clinics, only an examination of people who have had contact with confirmed infected people and have symptoms will be carried out. For this purpose, the health office currently determines all contact persons and contacts them.

    There is no need to worry about the surroundings of the supply units, since the virus is only transmitted when there is direct contact and hygiene is ensured on site. The Mayen-Koblenz district administration and the Koblenz city administration urgently ask the population not to go to the places mentioned out of sheer curiosity and to let the local staff do their work in peace.

    All further information and hygiene tips are available on the Internet at www.kvmyk.de. Citizens can direct further questions to the telephone hotline 0261 / 108-730 or by e-mail to corona@kvmyk.de. The hotline can be reached from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tel. 0261 / 108-730.

  • 08.03.2020: New cases of corona virus cause shut down of schools

    Due to new corona cases, the administrations of the city of Koblenz and the district of Mayen-Koblenz have decided, on the recommendation of the Mayen-Koblenz joint health office, to close the primary school (Im Teichert 110) and the 10 "Katholische Kindertagesstätte Spiel- und Lernstube" Ehrenbreitstein (Brentanostraße 6) from Monday, March 9th through Friday, March 20th, for 14 days. In Andernach, the school center (Salentinstraße), which includes the Kurfürst-Salentin-Gymnasium, the Bertha-von-Suttner-Gymnasium, the St.-Thomas-Realschule plus and the Geschwister-Scholl-Realschule plus, will be precautionarily closed from Monday, March 9, through Thursday, March 12, for four days to identify potential contacts. The care of the kindergarten and schoolchildren has to be organized by the parents themselves - insofar as it is still necessary due to their age.

    The background of the precautionary closings, which were also discussed with the supervisory and service directorate in Trier, are three new coronavirus cases. A couple from the Koblenz city area and their primary school age child tested positive on Friday and Saturday. There is another kindergarten child in the family, but their test was negative. The couple's children visit the facilities in Koblenz-Ehrenbreitstein. One parent belongs to the teaching staff at the Kurfürst-Salentin-Gymnasium in Andernach. At present, all persons who have been in direct contact with said group of people either in the primary school and day-care center in Koblenz-Ehrenbreitstein or in the Andernach school center are being identified, contacted and informed by the health department about the further procedure and possible domestic isolation. The other parent works in the main agency of the Koblenz-Mayen Employment Agency in Koblenz. The agency in Koblenz does not currently have to be closed. However, according to the agency, services may be restricted due to the orderly quarantine of some employees. All contact persons within the employment agency have already been identified and will be informed in accordance with the requirements of the health authority.

    In order to be able to examine a possible larger number of people in the district and the city of Koblenz, the establishment of two mobile medical care units - one in the urban area and one in the district of Mayen-Koblenz - is currently being prepared. In a specified procedure, infected people are recorded, examined and tested depending on the symptoms. Then people are treated or sent to home isolation. As soon as the organizational preparations are completed, locations and times will be announced.

  • 05.03.2020: Second confirmed case of corona virus in Koblenz

    The 50-year-old mother of the medical student from Koblenz who tested positive for the coronavirus also carries the virus. The result of the smear test carried out on Wednesday was positive. The father's test is ambiguous even after being checked twice by a laboratory, but he remains in quarantine with his wife and daughter. "All three patients are doing well according to the circumstances, only the 21-year-old shows a few symptoms," says Michael Schönberg from the health department of the Mayen-Koblenz district administration, which is responsible for the district of Mayen-Koblenz and the independent city of Koblenz.

    All three patients are in daily contact with the health department. If their health situation does not deteriorate, they will stay in isolation for the next 14 days. One day before the planned quarantine ends, all three people are tested again. If the results are negative, the quarantine is lifted by the health department. In the meantime, the father, mother and daughter are supplied with food and everyday necessities by other family members in compliance with all hygiene rules. “The people in quarantine do not come into direct contact with anyone. The purchases are put on the doorstep and the people in quarantine then bring them in,” explains Michael Schönberg.

  • 04.03.2020: First confirmed case of corona virus in Koblenz

    After one Corona patient was treated at the Bundeswehr Central Hospital in Koblenz, the health department of the Mayen-Koblenz district administration has now confirmed the first corona case in the Koblenz city area. A 21-year-old medical student tested positive for the coronavirus on Tuesday.

    “The woman from Koblenz attended a congress in Karlsruhe at the end of last week. There she had contact with a speaker from Nuremberg, who was tested positive shortly afterwards. The woman was informed of this in Karlsruhe, ” says Michael Schönberg from the Health Department, which is responsible for the district of Mayen-Koblenz and the independent city of Koblenz. After the congress, the woman traveled to her parents in Koblenz and has been in quarantine there since then. As a precaution, the parents were also tested on Wednesday. The results of the investigations have not yet been determined. "The young woman is doing well so far. It shows only a few mild symptoms. We are in constant telephone contact with her and her parents," says Michael Schönberg.

    On the general situation around Corona, District Administrator Dr. Alexander Saftig that the health department, the administrations of the city and district and the clinics are in close and regular exchange. “There is still no need to panic. We have been preparing intensively for possible further cases for days and are well prepared for it,” says the district administrator and emphasizes that there are no restrictions for other medical emergencies in the case of regular healthcare.

    In order to answer the many questions of the population about the corona virus, the Mayen-Koblenz district administration has put together all the important and general information on the website www.kvmyk.de.

    The Mayen-Koblenz district and the city of Koblenz have set up a common citizen phone for questions and concerns that go beyond this. The new hotline is available on Tel. 0261 / 108-730 from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and at the weekend from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Citizens can also send their questions to corona@kvmyk.de .

  • 27.02.2020: Municipal administrations in Mayen-Koblenz and Koblenz are preparing for corona virus

    Now that there is a confirmed case of a patient with corona virus in the military hospital in Koblenz, the virus has arrived in the region. “Nevertheless there is no reason to panic. There are no limitations to the regular treatment of patients in the public health service. It is important to us to be prepared and to swim in front of the wave without being caught in it,” says county commissioner Dr. Alexander Saftig, sharing the opinion of Michael Schönberg, public health officer with the municipal health service in Mayen-Koblenz responsible for the county Mayen-Koblenz and the City of Koblenz. County and city are working closely together on this matter.

    The health department is in close and consistent contact with resident doctors and hospitals. Both are prepared for the testing and treatment of patients with the new coron virus. “In light of recent events, settled doctors will be informed once again about the proceedings concerning testing and questions from the public by the health department,” says public health officer Schönberg. Furthermore, recommendations for actions and information are distributed to day care centres and schools.

    Just in case, the County of Mayen-Koblenz has ordered a large number of respiratory masks and disinfectants for health personnel and patients. The county’s administrative staff had a meeting on Thursday to inform about details and analyse several possible scenarios.

    In accommodate the growing public interest in corona related questions, the County of Mayen-Koblenz and the City of Koblenz will set up a shared hotline. Until that hotline is in place, citizens can call the Federal Ministry of Health’s hotline (030 / 346 465 100) to inform themselves about the virus.

    Effective measures for the protection of oneself and others from respiratory infections include a good hand hygiene, correct coughing and sneezing and keeping a safe distance from suspected patients. Everyone feeling sick and having had any contact, even via a third party, with high risk locations, should first contact their physician and limit their social contacts with others.

    Further general information will be published on the county’s website www.kvmyk.de. Furthermore, citizens can mail their questions to corona@kvmyk.de.


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Located inside the CGM Arena at Koblenz Oberwerth
Jupp-Gauchel-Straße 10, 56068 Koblenz
Open Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

The clinic can be visited without an appointment.
Outside of opening hours, please contact your usual physician or call 116117.
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