Current Status Update
The situation in Frankfurt, Hessen, Germany and worldwide
Frankfurt am Main and the
State of Hessen
The daily overview and update for confirmed COVID-19 infection data in Frankfurt and Hessen can be found here: HMSIExternal Link
In Germany cases have now been confirmed in all federal states of the Federal Republic of Germany. Current case data is available through the website of the Robert-Koch-Institute: RKI-Fallzahlen in DeutschlandExternal Link
The updated risk-evaluation by RKI for COVID-19 infection in Germany is available here: RKI_Risikobewertung zu COVID-19 für DeutschlandExternal Link
Updates for daily casa numbers worldwide can reviewed here: Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases by Johns HopkinsExternal Link
Areas- and Regions at Risk as identified by RKI
An overview of areas- and regions-at-risk is provided here: Robert Koch-Institut_RisikogebieteExternal Link
If a voyage to an affected country, region, or area is safe can be researched on the website of the of Ministry Foreign Affairs of the German government (Auswärtigen Amtes (AA)):Länderseiten des AA im InternetExternal Link
CORONAVIRUS HOTLINE OF THE STATE OF HESSEN
A Hessenwide Hotline for questions, issues and information regarding the coronavirus is available under 0800- 555 4666 - daily from 8am to 8pm. You can also send your questions by mail to email@example.comInternal Link.
Important Notice: Absolutely no test-results will be provided via this Hotline. All test results must be obtained through your general practitioner or referred doctor.
The statewide (State of Hessen) Hotlines are also available to all Frankfurt residents, there is not separate hotline for Frankfurt. In the case of verified infections with SARS-CoV-2 all necessary measures for Frankfurt residents will be taken by the Frankfurt health authority (Frankfurter Gesundheitsamt).
For residents from all other counties and districts in the State of Hessen Hotline Staff are standing by and in the case of verified infections the local health authorities are responsible for all further measures. To locate your local health authority please use the postal-code application of the Robert Koch Institute in the following link: local health authorityExternal Link