Covid-19 Germany Statistics​

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22 Oct 2020, 9:14 AM (GMT)

403,844 Total Cases
10,044 Death Cases
302,100 Recovered
      

COVID-19 Case Stats In Germany

In Germany first case, COVID-19 was reported on 27th January, near Munich. The early virus-related death in Germany was declared on 9th March 2020. Schools and nurseries were closed on 13th March. Eventually, the 82 million citizens of the country were given stay-at-home orders on 22nd March 2020. Schools were closed, travel restrictions were imposed, and gatherings were banished.

The rules during the lockdown were strict, and the German residents followed them. The number of new cases on 5th April was 5936, and on 6th April, there were 3677 new cases. The number of cases increasing per day started dropping after the lockdown.

Declaration of Pandemic

On 17th April, Germany declared that the pandemic situation in the country is under control and that they plan to remove certain lockdown restrictions. The Robert Koch Institute for disease control released data regarding the decline in the spread of the virus via human contact to 0.7%. Jens Spahn, Health Minister of the country, attributed this feat to early lockdown after a surge in the spread of the virus.

Women world leaders have been praised for effectively controlling the pandemic in their countries and protecting the residents. As a bonus, the German Chancellor Angela Merkel is not only a woman but also a scientist. She has steadily led the country to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. While public events and gatherings will remain banned, from 4th May onwards, the children will be attending school in some of the lesser affected areas. On 17th April, Germany declared that the pandemic situation in the country is under control and that they plan to remove certain lockdown restrictions.

The Robert Koch Institute for disease control released data regarding the decline in the spread of the virus via human contact to 0.7%. Jens Spahn, Health Minister of the country, attributed this feat to early lockdown after a surge in the spread of the virus. Women world leaders have been praised for effectively controlling the cases in their countries and protecting the residents. As a bonus, the German Chancellor Angela Merkel is not only a woman but also a scientist. She has steadily led the country to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. While public events and gatherings will remain banned, from 4th May onwards, the children will be attending school in some of the lesser affected areas.

Current Scenario

As of 23rd April, out of the 151,022 cases reported in the country, 103,300 have resulted in recovery. A total of 5,354 people lost their battle to the virus, and 42,368 cases are active. Developers in Germany are currently working on introducing an ap to detect whether a person could be infected by the virus and needs to get tested. Early testing is considered an essential step in preventing a mass death. The country is already conducting more than 50000 tests a day.

By 2nd April, 918,460 tests had previously been done in the country. Germany has an excellent healthcare system that was efficiently used during these trying times. The wealth of private testing laboratories in the country came in handy during the pandemic. The private sector laboratories joined hands with the public sector and society, enabling the country to carry out tests at a fast rate. On some days, more than 176 labs were testing people for the virus.