(Fighting new crown pneumonia) The incidence of new crowns in Germany has surged for two consecutive weeks, and the cumulative number of deaths is approaching 100,000
China News Agency, Berlin, November 21 (Reporter Peng Dawei) The German disease control agency announced on the 21st that the number of newly diagnosed new crown virus infections was 42,727, and the new crown incidence index rose to 372.7, which has exceeded the extreme value since the outbreak for two consecutive weeks.
As of that day, the cumulative number of deaths due to the new crown disease in Germany has approached 100,000, reaching 99,062.
The German disease control agency Robert Koch Institute announced that the number of new confirmed cases and the number of new deaths were 42,727 and 75 respectively. As of that day, a total of 5,354,942 had been diagnosed and 99,062 had died.
Among them, the country’s official “average cumulative number of newly confirmed cases per 100,000 people in seven days” (incidence rate index) used to monitor the severity of the epidemic rose to 372.7 on the same day, which is the 14th consecutive day since the outbreak. value.
An additional 110 patients were required to receive ICU intensive care treatment, bringing the total number to 3675.
Up to now, Germany has received 117.3 million doses of the new crown vaccine, and a total of 56.5 million people have been fully vaccinated, accounting for about 67.9% of the country's total population.
In response to the increasingly severe fourth wave of the epidemic, the German states have begun to provide all people with new crown vaccine booster vaccination.
Take Berlin, the capital where China News Agency reporters are located, as an example. Berlin has started to provide booster vaccination at various vaccination centers and vaccination points on the 18th of this month. Anyone who has obtained a full vaccination certificate for five months can go for vaccination.
On the 22nd of this month, German Federal Minister of Health Span will hold a video conference with state health ministers.
The meeting is expected to discuss a plan to limit the number of Pfizer-Biontech vaccines allocated to family doctors in the country, which has been controversial recently.
The plan aims to promote more people to choose Modena as a strengthening needle, but since it was put forward, it has attracted strong criticism from all parties.