Germany-Coronavirus/Responses

Germany implements tougher anti-epidemic measures as death toll soars

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3. Sign reminding passengers to cover mouth and nose
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Germany ramped up its COVID-19 measures after the total number of coronavirus-related deaths in the country soared over 100,000 on Wednesday.

According to the latest data released by Germany's disease control agency, daily new cases on Wednesday hit a new record of 75,961, bringing the total number of infections to 5,573,756.

The death toll reached 100,119 after another 351 people died from COVID-19 in the past 24 hours.

The nationwide seven-day incidence rate rose above 400 [per 100,000 inhabitants] for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) for infectious diseases.

Within one week, the incidence rate climbed from 319.5 to 404.5 on Wednesday.

In response, the government rolled out the so-called 3G rule, which stands for geimpft, getestet, genesen (vaccinated, tested, recovered) and applies to workplaces and in public transport.

Passengers who wish to use public transport are required to show proof that they are vaccinated, recovered from COVID-19 or have taken a negative test in the past 24 hours.

If passengers fail to show the 3G certificate, they will be asked to leave. Those who break the rules may "face a fine of up to thousands of euros", according to the federal government's website.

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  • ID : 8242855
  • Dateline : Nov 24, 2021/Recent/File
  • Location : Germany
  • Category : health
  • Duration : 1'33
  • Audio Language : Nats/Part Mute
  • Source : China Media Group(CMG)-CCTV,China Media Group(CMG)-CGTN
  • Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland
  • Published : 2021-11-25 19:05
  • Last Modified : 2021-11-25 20:00:59
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Germany-Coronavirus/Responses

Germany implements tougher anti-epidemic measures as death toll soars

Dateline : Nov 24, 2021/Recent/File

Location : Germany

Duration : 1'33

  • English


Berlin, Germany - Recent (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of Reichstag building, national flag of Germany, pedestrians

Berlin, Germany - Nov 24, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
2. Tram running
3. Sign reminding passengers to cover mouth and nose
4. Various of traffic, pedestrians

FILE: Wiesbaden, Germany - Sept 1, 2021 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
5. Various of people waiting for vaccine booster at vaccination site

FILE: Wiesbaden, Germany - May 2021 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
6. Medical supplies
7. Various of people sitting in waiting area


Germany ramped up its COVID-19 measures after the total number of coronavirus-related deaths in the country soared over 100,000 on Wednesday.

According to the latest data released by Germany's disease control agency, daily new cases on Wednesday hit a new record of 75,961, bringing the total number of infections to 5,573,756.

The death toll reached 100,119 after another 351 people died from COVID-19 in the past 24 hours.

The nationwide seven-day incidence rate rose above 400 [per 100,000 inhabitants] for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) for infectious diseases.

Within one week, the incidence rate climbed from 319.5 to 404.5 on Wednesday.

In response, the government rolled out the so-called 3G rule, which stands for geimpft, getestet, genesen (vaccinated, tested, recovered) and applies to workplaces and in public transport.

Passengers who wish to use public transport are required to show proof that they are vaccinated, recovered from COVID-19 or have taken a negative test in the past 24 hours.

If passengers fail to show the 3G certificate, they will be asked to leave. Those who break the rules may "face a fine of up to thousands of euros", according to the federal government's website.

ID : 8242855

Published : 2021-11-25 19:05

Last Modified : 2021-11-25 20:00:59

Source : China Media Group(CMG)-CCTV,China Media Group(CMG)-CGTN

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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