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COVID-19 Outbreak: Germany's Coronavirus Rate rises sharply

Due to the ongoing lockdown and slow vaccination process in the country, people's resentment towards Angela Merkel government is increasing.

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Published on 14 March 2021 9:58 AM GMT

COVID-19 Outbreak: Germanys Coronavirus Rate rises sharply
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New Delhi: Health experts in Germany warned on Saturday that if Coronavirus was eased into lockdown, then infection cases would start to increase once again. Other variants of the virus have also been found here, which was first found in Britain.

Corona Outbreak in Germany:

Speaking to a local newspaper, health expert Karl Lauterback said, "We can only waive lockdown if matters stable or decreasing." Some restrictions have been lifted here, so covid- There is an increase in cases of 19 (Coronavirus in Germany).

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Lockdown and Corona Spread:

Due to the ongoing lockdown and slow vaccination process in the country, people's resentment towards Angela Merkel government is increasing. People's support for Merkel's Christian Democratic Union of Germany is decreasing.

People also landed in the capital Berlin (Berlin) to protest against the lockdown. On Saturday, 12,674 new cases of Corona virus reported here. (Coronavirus in Germany) and 239 patients died. Within the first seven days, there were 72.4 cases per one lakh people, but now this number has increased to 76.1.

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Over 74 thousand deaths in Germany:

The total death toll in Germany so far has been 73,301, while the total number of cases has increased to 2,558,455. Earlier this month, the Merkel government agreed to lapse in lockdown, but had also said that if more than 100 cases per lakh people came up for three days, the ban would be banned again. (Coronavirus Situation in Germany). All the leaders will meet again on 22 March to discuss the situation, during which they will discuss whether any relaxation can give or not.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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