September 04, 2021 – 17:06
The average number of infections with COVID-19 in Germany has risen again and on Saturday went to 80.7, while a week ago it was 72.1 per 100 thousand inhabitants. The data was made public by the Robert Koch Institute.
The average number of patients admitted to hospitals with COVID-19 per 100 thousand inhabitants within seven days is now 1.83, a figure much lower than the record set last year – 15.5
German health authorities reported 10,835 new cases of COVID-19 in 24 hours, about 500 more than a day ago, writes The Guardian, reports Gazeta Express.
In addition to infections, 24 deaths were reported in the last 24 hours in Germany, while the total number of coronavirus victims has gone to 92,325.
Otherwise, Germany in recent weeks has tightened measures against the pandemic due to concerns about the spread of the highly contagious variant, Delta.