Germany records 100,000 daily COVID-19 cases over past 24 hours

Germany has surpassed the 1,00,000 count of cases of the COVID-19 virus in the previous 24 hours. As per the data issued by the nation’s public health agency on Wednesday, there has been a massive increase in the case of people affected by the COVID-19.

As per the Robert Koch Institute, the most significant economy of Europe has noticed the excessive number of cases of novel coronavirus with 112,323 infections since the last 24 hours and the maximum number of 239 casualties.

The agency further mentioned the rate of the incidents that have been recorded in a week is 584.4 infections per 100,000 individuals since the previous week.

However, by reducing the pace of the soaring COVID-19, the authorities have made strict rules and regulations to be followed in Germany. They have limited the entrance to the restaurants and the bars for the individuals who have received their vaccination booster shots as well as for the people who have tested negative of COVID on the higher of being properly immunised and recovered.

The restrictions related to contact with the infected people have also been mentioned in the rules issued on the private assemblages for around ten people as well as two households for the unvaccinated people currently present.

The Omicron variant has evolved as the dominating variant as the cases of the COVID-19 Omicron is setting a record in Germany. Over 71 percent of the cases have been witnessed in the country.

The European Countries are working to defeat the increasing cases of the COVID-19. France, the part of Europe, has been noticed an approximate toll of 300,00 of the affected people from the COVID-19 per day.

The German Chancellor, Olaf Scholz, is looking forward to making the vaccination jabs mandatory to increase the level of the immune system of the 83-million robust residents in which the count of 60 million individuals have been fully vaccinated.

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