German 7-day incidence rate and cases hit all-time highs
Headlines 11:59 18 Nov, 2021
The nation's toll reached 5,195,321
The daily jump in new coronavirus cases in Germany increased to its highest level since the start of the pandemic with the country's seven-day COVID-19 incidence rate setting its eleventh record in a row, Qazet.az reports citing Teletrader.
During the past day, 65,371 people tested positive for the virus and 336.9 cases were seen per 100,000 inhabitants, according to Robert Koch Institute's (RKI) tally.
The nation's toll reached 5,195,321, while the cumulative number of fatalities increased to 98,538 after health authorities confirmed 264 more deaths.