China News Agency, Berlin, January 13 (Reporter Peng Dawei) As of the evening of the 13th, the cumulative number of people diagnosed with the new crown virus in Germany has exceeded 1.97 million.

The new entry law passed by the German Federal Government on the same day stipulates that from the 14th, people from high-risk areas must provide a negative nucleic acid test within 48 hours before departure before entering Germany.

The picture shows that most of the shops in a shopping mall in Berlin have been closed.

Photo by China News Agency reporter Peng Dawei

  The German disease control agency announced on the 13th that the number of new confirmed cases was 19,600, and the new deaths were 1,060.

According to the real-time data of Germany's "Times Online", as of 18:20 local time, Germany had a total of 1974308 confirmed diagnoses, 15959942 cured, and 44205 deaths.

According to the daily vaccination data of the German CDC, the number of people vaccinated in a single day in Germany has risen from 23,672 when vaccination was started on December 27 last year to 69,178 on the 12th of this month.

As of 11 am on the 13th, Germany has vaccinated 758093 people with the new crown vaccine.

  The new entry bill passed by the German Cabinet on the same day stipulates that “high-risk areas” outside of Germany refer to areas where the virus has mutated, or areas where the “number of newly diagnosed people per 100,000 people in the past seven days” is extremely high. "The list of risk areas jointly developed by the German Federal Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Interior shall prevail.

  From the 14th of this month, all persons who have stayed in the “risk area” must complete the digital entry information declaration before entering Germany; after entering Germany, these persons must provide the competent authority with information that they have not contracted the new crown virus during the trip within 48 hours. prove.

Those entering Germany from a "high-risk area" must present a negative nucleic acid test certificate within 48 hours to the airline before departure, and they must be checked again after arriving in Germany.

In addition, all people entering the country from risk areas still need to undergo home isolation for ten days.

  From March 1, mobile operators will also be obliged to send SMS to users to inform Germany's entry and epidemic prevention policy information.

  Germany's Federal Minister of Health, Spahn, said that it is not appropriate to choose to travel to risky areas under epidemic conditions. In the future, all those who do this will need to be tested when they return to their country.

"The mutation of the virus poses a greater threat to our health. We must try our best to avoid the spread of the mutated virus in Germany."