That was Sunday April 19th:
9 p.m., general situation in the district: Third Corona death in the district in Sebnitz.
There is one in the Saxon Switzerland-Eastern Ore Mountains third confirmed death related to the corona virus. As press spokesman Enrico Albrecht Sächsische.de says, it is a person from an assisted living facility in Sebnitz. He did not say whether it was a woman or a man. However, the infected person was at an old age. Here is an overview of the current figures:
* The number of cases in the municipalities of Bannewitz, Dippoldiswalde and Tharandt has been corrected compared to the previous day due to follow-up sampling and delayed transmission of results.
8.30 p.m .: The health office in the district office has been open since Easter 2,000 corona tests carried out. District Administrator Michael Geisler (CDU) provides information on his Facebook page. The quarantine in the Hohnstein nursing home is extended. In addition, new infections were found in the Bad Gottleuba-Berggießhübel medical clinic and the geriatric psychiatric care center in Schmiedeberg.
19.55 p.m .: Four crimes and 19 administrative offenses, most people have too this weekende kept to the exit restrictions – this is the conclusion drawn by the Dresden police, who are responsible for the administrative district of Saxon Switzerland-Eastern Ore Mountains. A total of around 170 officers were deployed on Saturday and Sunday. Only a few violations of the corona restrictions were found. In the early Saturday evening, the police were informed about several young people in a forest in Freital. These had kindled a campfire. The officials were able to identify three young people (15, 17, 17) on site. In addition to the violation of the Infection Protection Act, you now have to answer for causing a fire.
In total, the police officers made four on the weekend
Criminal charges against 28 people and 19 administrative offenses related to 56 people
with the Infection Protection Act.
6.55 p.m .: The regional transport companies in the district will drive from Monday as usual Timetables for school days, announces the transport association Oberelbe. The background is that Saxony’s schools are gradually reopening. However, all passengers must wear mouth-nose protection – including the students.