Berlin. New coronavirus cases have been reported in Germany for the second day in a row on Friday. According to the Robert Koch Institute, Germany’s disease control center, 37,120 new cases of corona virus infection have been reported in the country in the last 24 hours, while 154 patients have died. According to the Robert Koch Institute, in this wave of epidemics, those who do not take the dose of the anti-corona vaccine are most at risk. Earlier on Thursday, 33,949 new cases of corona virus infection were reported in Germany. Cases of corona virus infection continue to rise in many European countries.
So far 96,346 people have died from the epidemic in Germany. In a weekly report released Thursday by the Robert Koch Institute, those who are not vaccinated and those who receive only one dose of the vaccine are at the greatest risk for infection. Those who are fully vaccinated are at moderate risk. The German health minister has argued that the country should intensify the vaccination campaign with booster doses to provide more immunity to the population against Govt-19. Apart from this, he also urged to increase investigations in the country.
Authorities in Germany are urging people to get vaccinated soon. Infection is more prevalent in areas where vaccination rates are low. According to official figures, two-thirds of Germany’s 83 million people are vaccinated against goiter. The Robert Koch Institute or RKI reported 33,949 new cases on Thursday, up from 28,037 daily cases a week earlier. The previous record was 33,777 new cases on December 18, 2020.
In the wake of the rising number of cases, Health Minister Jens Spann and 16 state health ministers discussed how to control the spread of the corona virus in the winter as intensive care units in hospitals begin to replenish. With this, the infection in children is increasing rapidly. RKI recorded 165 deaths on Thursday, up from 126 a week earlier. Senior health officials have repeatedly appealed to German residents to vaccinate those who have not yet been vaccinated.
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