Covid, Germany: nearly 400 deaths in 24 hours. Today’s data – Foreign

Covid, Germany: nearly 400 deaths in 24 hours. Today’s data – Foreign
Covid, Germany: nearly 400 deaths in 24 hours. Today’s data – Foreign

Rome, 30 November 2021 – The numbers arriving from the Germany, which has recorded others 45,753 new Covid cases and 388 deaths in the last 24 hours. The weekly incidence, on the other hand, dropped slightly for the first time in the last three weeks. The Robert Koch Institute reported an infection rate of 452.2 people per 100,000 inhabitants in the last seven days, a very slight decrease compared to the previous 452.4. There are 4,599 people in intensive care. Today the outgoing chancellor Angela Merkel, successor designate Olaf Scholz and regional leaders will meet to discuss how to respond to the crisis, especially in relation to the new variante Omicron.

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The next vice-chancellor of Germany Robert Habeck calls for stricter restrictive measures against Covid. “What has to happen is absolutely clear: contacts must be reduced,” with the exception of retail stores, Habeck said on the public channel ZDF. “We will have to spend the winter with new uniform measures”, he added, recalling that the federal states already have “a series of options on the table” to respond to the emergency, for example for football matches or for thecancellation of the Christmas markets. “It’s called, it must be said aloud, containment for the not vaccinated“, he clarified.

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