Official figures from the laboratories show that the virus spreads much more slowly than claimed. Scientists at the Robert Koch Institute are striving for transparency – while the authorities and the government refuse to carry out necessary investigations and make clarification difficult.
Scientists at the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) published more detailed figures on the spread of the coronavirus for the first time on 2nd April – largely unnoticed by the press. As already reported by Multipolar , not only the number of cases tripled between 9 and 22 March, but also the number of tests carried out. The proportion of positive tested persons in the total number of those examined had only increased slightly from 6% to 7% in this period according to RKI.