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Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (english)

Current Status Update

Frankfurt am Main

Übersicht über die 7-Tage-Inzidenz Frankfurt über eine Woche.
7-Tage-Inzidenz in Frankfurt am Main; Quelle: RKI © Stadt Frankfurt am Main, Foto: Gesundheitsamt Frankfurt

7 days incidence (as of: 17 May) 106,1


There is also a chart that shows the 7 days incidence further down this page.

(This figure is updated weekly. Source: Local Health Authority  Frankfurt am Main)

Number of infections in Frankfurt

Confirmed COVID-19-cases reported to the Local Health Authority Frankfurt since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020 (As of: 17 May; 6:30 a.m.)
COVID-19-cases in total
37.687 (+250 compared to Friday)
Cases of death
765 (+5)
Recovered persons
35.508 (+384)
"Active cases" in Frankfurt
1.414 (-139)
  • The total number refers to all laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases in Frankfurt that have been reported to the Local Health Authority since the start of the pandemic.
  • This includes the deaths associated with the COVID-19 lung disease.
  • The total number also includes those who have already recovered according to RKI criteria.
  • The "active" cases are considered infectious at this time.

It is very likely, that there are many undetected COVID-19cases not captured in the reporting statistic.

(This information is updated daily. Source: Local Health Authority  Frankfurt am Main)

A chart showing the number of laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases in Frankfurt (per calendar week) that were received as notifications at the Frankfurt Health Authority can be found further down this page.


The reporting date corresponds to the day the case was transmitted to the Frankfurt Health Authority by doctors and laboratories. COVID-19 cases associated with locally occurring outbreak clusters and returning travellers with COVID-19 exposure abroad (since travel restrictions were eased) are shown separately in colour. For each of the past two calendar weeks, the percentage increase or decrease in total reports from the previous week is shown.


Note: Notifications received at the Local Health Authority on a Sunday after 8 p.m. will only be entered in the notification software during the following Monday. Thus, while presenting the number of cases for the previous week, the number of cases from the week before may be adjusted.
(This figure is updated weekly. Source: Local Health Authority Frankfurt am Main)

Immunization statistics for Frankfurt

IMPFrankfurt © Stadt Frankfurt am Main, Foto: Gesundheitsamt Frankfurt

Number of vaccinations (As of: 16 May) 
Total number of vaccinations
First-time vaccinations at the Vaccination Centre 
Second-time vaccinations at the Vaccination Centre
Vaccations by mobile vaccination teams (first and second)


A chart showing all first and second vaccinations in Frankfurt can be found at the bottom of this page.

(This figure is updated weekly. Source: Local Health Authority Frankfurt am Main)

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Further Information


The daily overview and update for confirmed COVID-19 infection data in Frankfurt and Hesse can be found here: HMSIExternal Link (Information in German)

An overview of the coronavirus in Hesse can be found here: Information in EnglishExternal Link


Current case data is available on the website of the Robert Koch Institute: 

RKI-Fallzahlen in DeutschlandExternal Link (Information in German)

Epidemiological Situation in GermanyExternal Link 


The updated risk-evaluation by RKI for COVID-19 infection in Germany is available here: RKI_Risikobewertung zu COVID-19 für DeutschlandExternal Link (Information in German)

For more information in English visit: RKI_COVID-19_EnglishExternal Link 


Updates for daily case numbers worldwide can be found here: Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases by Johns HopkinsExternal Link

Risk areas as identified by RKI

A current list of the risk areas as classified by the Robert Koch Institute can be accessed here: Robert Koch Institut_RisikogebieteExternal Link (Information in German and English)

Archive of designated risk areas since 15.6.2020: Robert Koch Institut_international risk areasExternal Link

Travel alerts

You can find out whether it is still safe to travel to an affected country, region, or area on the website of the Federal Foreign Office (Auswärtiges Amt): Länderseiten des AA im Internet External Link(Information in German)