Australia The second corona lockdown will be expensive

10:15  01 november  2020
10:15  01 november  2020 Source:   dw.com

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The German economy puts the costs of the upcoming corona restrictions at around 19 billion euros. Politicians and medical professionals are warning of dramatic shortages in many hospitals.

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The one-month partial lockdown that will apply from Monday, with which the rapid increase in corona infections is to be slowed, will cost the German economy dearly, according to calculations by the DIW Institute . It will cost her around 19.3 billion euros, determined the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW) for "Welt am Sonntag". With losses of 5.8 billion euros, catering and hotels are hardest hit. That would be a loss of 55 percent of the usual economic output in a quarter.

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The areas of sport, culture and entertainment have to cope with a minus of 2.1 billion euros, the retail trade of 1.3 billion euros. According to DIW, German industry must reckon with a loss of 5.2 billion euros. A large part of the remaining amount goes to corporate service providers, logistics companies and cinema operators.

The lockdown should also radiate on the labor market. According to the DIW forecast, the number of employees will fall by almost 100,000 in the current fourth quarter. The number of short-time workers will increase by 400,000 to 3.2 million by the end of the year.

hospitals on the verge of collapse?

The Saarland Prime Minister Tobias Hans fears that the intensive capacities in hospitals will not be sufficient during the corona pandemic. "The situation is frightening and alarming: Many of the 1900 hospitals in Germany could soon collapse," said the CDU politician of "Bild am Sonntag". Especially now, when every intensive care and ventilation place is urgently needed in the second wave of corona, clinics are falling out of supply, wards are being closed and emergency rooms are being canceled because nursing staff are absent or ill. Due to the situation, Hans demanded a rescue package for the clinics: "They urgently need support. In addition to the staff shortage, the hospitals are threatened with financial collapse."

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Assuming the pandemic fades in the second half of 2020 and that policy actions taken around the world are effective in preventing widespread Flattening the spread of COVID-19 using lockdowns allows health systems to cope with the disease, which then permits a resumption of economic activity.

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Situation in hospitals more dramatic than in spring

The President of the German Interdisciplinary Association for Intensive and Emergency Medicine, Uwe Janssens, also warns: "It is in some federal states not much leeway anymore. Berlin only has 14 percent free intensive care beds, Bremen 17 percent. " This is also due to the fact that "many clinics are still carrying out their routine program," Janssens told "Bild am Sonntag". He mentioned gastric bypasses and joint operations as examples. With regard to the situation at the beginning of the corona pandemic in spring, the doctor said: "At the time, the situation was much less dramatic than what is in store for us now."

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The world is shutting down . Places that were once teeming with the hustle and bustle of daily life have become ghost-towns with massive It is clear the current strategy of shutting down large parts of society is not sustainable in the long-term. The social and economic damage would be catastrophic.

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Foreign Minister Heiko Maas defended the new restrictions that came into force on Monday as necessary. "We are facing a hard winter," said the SPD politician to the "Tagesspiegel am Sonntag", even if the situation in Germany is "tense", but better than in some other countries. Maas ruled out border closings as part of the Corona measures: "The borders will remain open." In the spring, they had enough experience of organizing controls if they were necessary.

RKI reports more than 14,000 new corona cases

In the past 24 hours, 14,177 new infections with the corona virus have been reported to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI). The numbers published tend to be lower on weekends than on work days, as fewer people get tested and not all health departments provide their data. On Friday, the number of new cases was over 19,000.

According to the RKI, there were 29 more deaths in connection with the SARS-CoV-2 pathogen. The total number of deaths rises to 10,481. According to yesterday's RKI status report, 1,944 corona patients are in the intensive care unit, of which 1,004 are invasively ventilated.

Due to the increasing number of cases, the federal government and the prime ministers of the federal states agreed last week to drastically tighten the protective measures against the spread of the virus. The new regulations come into effect on November 2nd.

Massive contact restrictions will then apply in private rooms and in public in order to stop the rapid spread of the coronavirus. From Monday, restaurants, hotels, as well as leisure, cultural and sports facilities must close. The trade as well as schools and daycare centers should remain open.

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