(Fighting New Coronary Pneumonia) The epidemic rebounds rapidly, the German government considers increasing epidemic prevention measures

  China News Agency, Berlin, July 27 (Reporter Peng Dawei) In view of the continuous rapid rebound in the number of new confirmed cases of new crowns in Germany in recent days, it has climbed 75% in the past week. The deputy spokesperson of the German Federal Government said on the 26th that if the current new crowns The development trend of the epidemic has continued, and epidemic prevention measures will have to be increased. The federal government will soon discuss the follow-up adjustments to the epidemic prevention policy again with the states.

  The German disease control agency announced that the number of newly diagnosed new crown virus infections and the number of new deaths were 958 and 3, respectively, with a total of 3,756,856 diagnoses and 91,527 deaths.

The “accumulated number of new diagnoses per 100,000 people in seven days” officially used by the German authorities to monitor the severity of the epidemic rose to 14.3 on the 26th, which has shown a rebound trend for half a month.

As of that day, Germany has received 89.4 million doses of vaccine, and a total of 41073682 people have been fully vaccinated, accounting for 49.4% of the country's total population.

  German Federal Government Deputy Spokesperson Demer said at a press conference in Berlin that day that the current "average number of new diagnoses per 100,000 people in seven days" is still relatively low, but the development of the epidemic situation is still worrying. .

  Demer pointed out that as of the 26th, the number of new diagnoses in a single day in Germany has risen by as much as 75% in a week.

"If this trend continues in unison, then we will have to increase epidemic prevention measures."

  She said that the German federal government will negotiate with the federal states in the next few days to several weeks to decide what measures can be taken next.

She pointed out that the focus of current efforts includes: ensuring that the vaccination rate is increased, the management of overseas returning passengers, and the introduction of specific response measures in the case of a continuous increase in new diagnoses in a single day.

  In response to the current hotly discussed issue of compulsory vaccination, Demer emphasized once again that the German federal government has no intention of implementing compulsory vaccination and will not do so in disguise.