Germany confirms more than 4,300 cases and 60 deaths in the last day

A man undergoes a coronavirus test.

The German authorities have confirmed this Monday more than 4,300 cases of coronavirus and 60 deaths by coronavirus during the last 24 hours, according to data collected by the Robert Koch Institute through its website.

The center, the governmental entity in charge of the control of infectious diseases, has detailed that during the last day 4,369 cases and 62 deaths have been detected, which places the totals at 2,390,928 and 67,903, respectively.

Likewise, it has stated that the cumulative incidence during the last seven days is 61 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, with around 125,000 active cases at the moment in the European country.

The Government of Germany has indicated that your goal is to bring the cumulative incidence to below 50, a figure that it considers necessary to allow the health system to relax and resume tracking and localized quarantines.

Finally, the Robert Koch Institute has stated that about 2,198,000 people have recovered to date from COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, including about 7,500 during the last day.


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