World Coronavirus in Germany: 50,000 deaths since the start of the epidemic in the country

11:15  22 january  2021
11:15  22 january  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

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The total number of deaths caused by the coronavirus in Germany crossed the threshold of 50,000 on Friday, announced the Robert-Koch health watch institute (RKI), when the country extended its anti-Covid arsenal until mid-February. The institute has recorded a total of 50,642 deaths since the start of the pandemic in the winter of 2020. 859 people have died in the past 24 hours, a figure down in weekly comparison.

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These figures are based on both people who died directly from the illness caused by the virus and people with previous illnesses who were infected with the coronavirus and for whom the exact cause of death cannot be conclusively proven. The RKI institute registered 17,862 new Covid-19 infections on Friday in one day. The total number of proven infections in Germany has climbed to more than 2.1 million since the start of the pandemic (2,106,262).

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The number of people recovered from infection with the virus is around 1,780,200 over the same period. The seven-day incidence rate stands at 115.3 cases per 100,000 population nationwide, slightly less than Thursday, which stood at 119.0 cases. The trend has been declining for a week, but the indicator remains well above the target of less than 50 cases set by the government.

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