November 28, 2021

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Germany COVID-19 infection exceeded the level before vaccination

Germany COVID-19 infection exceeded the level before vaccination

Germany COVID-19 infection exceeded the level before vaccination



 

Germany COVID-19 infection exceeded the level before vaccination.

German epidemic rebounded: the incidence of COVID-19 on the 7th reached a new high and exceeded the level before vaccination.

 

Overseas Network, November 8th. Germany’s COVID-19 pneumonia epidemic has rebounded in the fourth wave.

The German Federal Agency for Disease Control and Prevention Robert Koch Institute released the latest data on the 8th.  The incidence rate per 100,000 people in Germany in 7 days exceeded 200, and the COVID-19 epidemic appeared. The highest record in history since the outbreak.

 

According to reports from Agence France-Presse and German media on the 8th, there were 15,500 newly diagnosed patients with COVID-19s in Germany in the past 24 hours, and the incidence rate per 100,000 people within 7 days was as high as 201.1.

 

This incidence rate is higher than the highest record of 197.6 set on December 22, 2020. At that time, Germany had not yet widely vaccinated against the COVID-19.

Two weeks ago, the incidence of COVID-19s in Germany was only 95.1.

 

 

Germany COVID-19 infection exceeded the level before vaccination

 

According to reports, the most severely affected areas are Saxony, Thuringia and Bavaria in central-eastern Germany. Currently, 67% of the population in Germany has been fully vaccinated.

The vaccine has effectively reduced the number of severely ill hospitalized patients. The current hospitalization rate per 100,000 people is 4, lower than the 15 in December 2020.

Hans Peter, president of the German Teachers Association, said that the infection rate of children and young people is particularly worrying, and the epidemic is very likely to get out of control in schools

 

 

 

 

Germany COVID-19 infection exceeded the level before vaccination

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