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Coronavirus in Germany: Another 1,000 deaths in the last 24 hours. Over 37,000 dead so far

Coronavirus in Germany
Germany suffers through a second wave with the death toll taking a new leap in the last 24 hours.

The balance of the coronavirus pandemic continues to rise significantly in Germany, despite the blockage. The death toll is again over 1,000 in the last 24 hours. More than 37,800 people have died so far from Covid-19 disease.

The Robert Koch Institute said Thursday morning that more than 26,000 new infections had been reported. So far, more than 1,841,000 people in Germany have been infected with the corona virus so far, according to Merkur.de.

On Thursday morning, RKI reported 26,391 new cases of coronavirus and 1,070 new deaths in 24 hours for Germany. An interpretation of the numbers remains difficult, because around Christmas and the beginning of the year, according to RKI, cases of coronavirus were discovered, recorded and transmitted late.

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The 7-day incidence for Germany was 121.8 on Thursday morning. Saxony had the highest incidences in the federal states with 269.8 and Thuringia with 232.4. Bremen had the lowest value, with 74.0. Due to the holidays, however, weekly values ​​should also be assessed with caution.

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Source: Ziarul romanesc

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