Kovit: Germany, more than 110,000 infections in 24 hours – last hour

(ANSA) – Berlin, Jan. 19 – Europe’s largest economy recorded 112,323 additional infections and 239 deaths, according to data released today by Germany, which found more than 110,000 new Covit-19 contaminants in 24 hours. Day, Robert Koch Health Institute (Rki) said. According to Rki, the weekly incidence rate reached 584.4 infections per 100,000 people.

These recorded cases have been attributed to the omigran variant in Germany, which causes more than 70% of new infections. Faced with increasing pollution, the country has restricted access to bars and restaurants only to those who have received the third dose of the vaccine or who have had a negative test and been vaccinated or have a recovery certificate. President Olaf Scholes wants to introduce a compulsory vaccine against goitre in Germany – where 60 million out of 83 million people are fully vaccinated – but acceptance of the move has been delayed due to the current warmer climate due to restrictions. Demonstrations rallied hundreds or thousands of people against the compulsory vaccination program. “For my part, I think this is necessary, and I will actively push for that,” Scholes said during his first question as Speaker of Parliament last week. (Handle).

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