(Fighting New Coronary Pneumonia) More than 3,000 newly diagnosed cases in a single day in Germany, the disease control agency warns that it has entered the fourth wave of epidemics

  China News Agency, Berlin, July 30 (Reporter Peng Dawei) On the 29th, the number of newly confirmed cases of the new coronavirus in Germany reached 3,142, the first time it exceeded 3,000 in the past two months.

The German disease control agency warned that the country has officially entered the fourth wave of epidemics.

  The German disease control agency Robert Koch Institute announced that the number of new confirmed cases and the number of new deaths were 3142 and 21 respectively. The cumulative number of confirmed cases was 3,764,311 and 91,607 deaths.

As of that day, Germany had received 91 million doses of vaccine, and a total of 42,362,788 people had been fully vaccinated, accounting for 50.9% of the country's total population.

  The German "Business Daily" quoted the latest policy advice document of the Robert Koch Institute on the same day and pointed out that Germany has officially begun to enter the fourth wave of the new crown epidemic.

It is reported that the person in charge of the institute, Willer, has introduced the main contents of the document to the heads of the government offices of the German states, including detailed suggestions for the direction of the German epidemic prevention policy this autumn and winter.

This document will be submitted to the German Federal Government and each state's epidemic prevention policy consultation on August 10 as a reference.

  The Robert Koch Institute stated in its weekly epidemic report that the proportion of new crown infections caused by travel in Germany is increasing.

Among them, from June 28 to July 25, a total of 3,662 confirmed cases are considered to be possibly related to travel abroad. The most involved countries are Spain, Turkey, the Netherlands, Croatia and Greece.

However, most of the new cases in the same period were still infected in Germany, accounting for 81%.

  The agency said that the significantly more infectious Delta strain currently accounts for 91% of the newly confirmed cases in Germany, that is, nine out of every ten people diagnosed are infected with the Delta strain.