According to the reports, Germany recorded a coronavirus deaths as it entered a tightened lockdown on Wednesday, which led to closing of schools and shops in order to bring down stubbornly new daily infection in the country.
The country’s public health agency, Robert Koch Institute, said the country recorded of 179.8 virus deaths per 100,000 residents over the last seven days, which is a new high and significantly more than the 149 per 100,000 reported a week ago.
Germany’s 16 states reporting that 952 more people had died of the virus, says by the institute. And it far greater than the previous daily set on Friday of 598 deaths, though it added two days figures from the hard hit eastern state of Saxony, which did not report on Tuesday.
The overall total pandemic death in the country is 23,427. In addition to closing shops and moving children to remote learning for the few days before the Christmas holidays, private gatherings are being limited to two households with a maximum of five people, among other things.
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