'We are already in a second, shallow upswing, ' Susanne Johna, president of Marburger Bund, which represents doctors in Germany, told the Augsburger Allgemeine newspaper in an interview published on Tuesday.
The variety of day-to-day validated coronavirus cases has actually ticked up progressively in current weeks, with health professionals alerting lax adherence to health and distancing guidelines amongst a few of the general public is spreading out the infection throughout neighborhoods. "But we continue to live in a situation that simply is not normal". She urged people to stick to social distancing, hygiene rules, and to wear masks.
On Saturday, just under 20,000 people gathered in Berlin to protest against Germany's coronavirus regulations. They will be limited in their everyday lives because their lungs or kidneys are no longer working so well. With more than 16.4 million users, the German application has been downloaded by more people than all the others developed in Europe combined, says Bär, who comments that the German "Crown App" can also be downloaded in the other countries of the European Union, as well as in Turkey, Switzerland, Norway and Great Britain.
At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany, more than 6,000 new infections had been recorded by the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) in a single day.
The number of confirmed infections in Germany increased by 879 to 211,281, while the death toll rose by 8 to 9,156.
As a first step, the number of intensive care beds kept free for COVID-19 patients would be reduced, according to Marburger Bund.
According to official figures, there are nearly 21,000 intensive care beds in Germany, of which 12,200 are now free.
According to the online registry of intensive care beds in German hospitals by German interdisciplinary association for intensive and emergency medicine (DIVI), 270 patients infected with COVID-19 were now undergoing intensive care treatment, nearly half of patients were being artificially ventilated.