In particular, the Robert Koch Institute, responsible for controlling German health emergencies, reported 351 deaths in the past 24 hour. That means that 100,119 deaths have been recorded.
Madrid (European News).- German health authorities reported on Thursday that the country’s cumulative death toll due to the pandemic exceeded the threshold of 100,000, and recorded a new daily maximum number of infections, with 75,961 positive cases, of which confirmed There are more than 5.5 million cases.
According to the Robert Koch Institute (IRK), responsible for managing health emergencies in Germany and reporting deaths within the last 24 hours, 351 deaths were reported. This means that there have been 100,119 deaths.
This European country is currently battling the fourth wave coronavirus infections day by day. It has also set a new record for cumulative incidence rate of 7 consecutive days. The number of cases per 100,000 residents in the Infect region has increased by 419.7. Last week.
The director of IRK has reported a few days ago that “if contact reduction and vaccination do not achieve great success”, the country will effectively enter the “fifth wave”.
A number of prime ministers from the federal states supported the mandatory introduction of vaccines. However, Acting Minister of Health Jens spahn was skeptical and stressed that this is not just a legal issue but also the relationship between citizens and the state.
Many federal states, for their part, announced Tuesday new restrictions. These included curfews, resuming online courses, and even imposing curfews.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel described the country’s pandemic as “dramatic,” insisting it was an “emergency” and warning that the vaccination rate was not enough to stop the increase in the number of infections.