(Fighting New Coronary Pneumonia) The rebound of the German epidemic remains unabated
China News Agency, Berlin, August 1 (Reporter Peng Dawei) The rebound momentum of the new crown epidemic in Germany has not been eased for many days.
On the 31st, the German disease control agency announced that the number of newly diagnosed new crown virus infections was 2,400, and the incidence index rose to 16.9.
The German Federal Government announced on the same day that it will require all people entering the country to undergo a new crown test from August 1.
On June 12, 2021, local time, Berlin, Germany, the Deutsche Oper Berlin (Deutsche Oper Berlin) reopened and the premiere of "Rheingold" was held here.
All viewers are required to wear masks and present a vaccination certificate or a recent negative test for the new coronavirus.
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The German disease control agency Robert Koch Institute announced that the number of new confirmed cases and the number of new deaths were 2,400 and 21, respectively, with a total of 3,769,165 confirmed and 91,658 dead.
The German official morbidity index used to monitor the severity of the epidemic (that is, the cumulative number of new diagnoses per 100,000 people in seven days) rose to 16.9 on the same day.
Up to now, Germany has received 92.1 million doses of the vaccine, and a total of 43,213,380 people have been fully vaccinated, accounting for 52% of the country's total population.
The German Federal Government stated on the same day that in view of the severe global epidemic and taking into account the upcoming peak holiday return trip, the German Federal Cabinet passed a resolution on the same day to require all entrants to be tested for the new crown from August 1.
Those who have been fully vaccinated against the new coronavirus, those who have recovered after being infected with the new coronavirus, and children under the age of 12 are exempt from testing.
German Federal Minister of Health Span said on the same day that all people who have not been fully vaccinated in the future must be tested for the new crown when they enter Germany, regardless of whether they enter the country by plane, driving a car or taking a train.
"Therefore we will reduce the risk of additional infection cases."
In addition, for people who travel to Germany from a country or region that is officially defined as a "new crown virus variant strain area" by Germany, even if they have been fully vaccinated or recovered after being infected with the new crown virus, they still need to show a negative test for the new crown virus before they can enter the country. .