cards. COVID-19. Facing the rebound of the epidemic, Germany fears "difficult weeks"
© EPA / MAXPPP / Ronald Wittek on November 4, 2021, a masked man passes in front of a restaurant in Heidelberg, in the Baden-Württemberg, where A poster restricts entry to "vaccinated or cured" people. In Germany, the incidence rate of COVID-19 has bumped by 150% since mid-October. The new outbreak of the epidemic mainly concerns young people, but contaminations also increase in the elderly, leaving an influx of patients into hospitals.
health-coronavirus-Germany: coronavirus: Germany will strengthen its restrictions against a record rate record © Reuters / Wolfgang Rattay Coronavirus: Germany will strengthen its restrictions in the face of a Record
Berlin (Reuters) incidence rate - the incidence rate of the CVIV-19 epidemic in Germany has reached its highest level since the beginning of the pandemic According to the data published on Monday, and the three parties currently negotiating the formation of a government coalition plan to put in place new measures to stem the spread of the virus.
The number of cases of coronavirus infection for 100,000 inhabitants over the last seven days increased to 303 Monday against 289 the day before, according to the Robert Koch Institute.
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The number of deaths attributed to the pandemic in Germany increased by 43 to a total of 97,715.
The three political courses in talks to form a new government - SPD, Greens and the FDP - plan to strengthen the proposed measures to combat the new wave of infections, said Robert Habeck, one of the leaders of the Greens, before that their projects are not submitted Thursday to Parliament.
"We expand the toolbox compared to the proposals presented at first reading," said Robert Habeck at the ARD TV channel.
The measures will include restrictions to limit social interactions, according to an amendment seen by Reuters.
Saturday, the health ministers of three German Länder called on parties negotiating the formation of a government coalition to allow new sanitary measures, such as local confines or the closure of schools.
Faced with the epidemic recovery in Europe, several countries have announced a strengthening of their sanitary measures.
In Austria, non-vaccinated people against COVID-19 have been obligated since Monday to confine themselves to avoid saturation of intensive care services. For their part, the Netherlands have been limiting Saturday the timetables of bars, restaurants, supermarkets and non-essential shops.
(written by Paul Carrel, French version Diana Mandiá, edited by Blandine Hénault)
Coronavirus: Germany crosses the bar of 100.000 .
health-coronavirus-Germany: coronavirus: Germany crosses the bar of 100,000 deaths © Reuters / Matthias Rietschel Coronavirus: Germany crosses the bar of 100.000 deaths Berlin (Reuters) - l Germany has crossed Thursday the threshold of the 100,000 deaths due to COVID-19 while the number of new infections continues to skyrocket, a real challenge for the new government. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 100.119 people in Germany have succumbed to the virus, according to the Data of the Robert