Covid: red alert in Germany, 40,000 cases in 24 hours


BERLIN, 10 NOV – There are 39,676 new cases of contagion from Covid registered in Germany in the 24 hours and 236 victims. This is what the Robert Koch Institut reported in today’s bulletin. A week ago there were 20,676. The weekly incidence per 100,000 inhabitants rose to 232.1, the third consecutive record value in three days (a week ago it was 146.6). There is debate on the alarm launched by the virologist of the Charité of Berlin Christian Drosten, according to which the country “is in a real emergency situation” and it will be necessary to “reduce contacts again”. Drosten fears that if action is not taken, there could be another 100,000 dead. (HANDLE).
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