@jwildeboer beware, it may jump back up very quickly. We were at 0.7 two weeks ago and are at 1.2 now. The hope is that's primarily caused by isolated occurances. E.g. now it got widespread among workers of one black coal mine. 800 workers and 80+ already tested positive. They're now all in quarantine, so it shouldn't spread further.
@sesivany oh yes. We are aware of the risks. Munich has AFAICS a high infection/active cases rate among German cities. Rt is not a very reliable indicator. But we have to deal with what we have.
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