Sunday, 14 March 2021

Germany: Covid-19 Coronavirus death toll is 73,425


Germany: Covid-19 Coronavirus death toll is 73,425

Germany extends coronavirus lockdown with a new strategy.

DW News shows that Germany is extending its coronavirus Covid-19 shutdown by 3 weeks until March 28. But some restrictions will be eased to allow non-essential stores and other businesses to reopen in areas with relatively low infection rates. Chancellor Merkel announced the plan after talks with state leaders continued well into the night. They agreed that the new measures intended to offer a glimmer of hope that life will soon return to some normalcy.

The leaders agreed to a step-by-step important reopening strategy for businesses, schools and public spaces - with "emergency brakes" built in.

Each new step will require infection rates to remain low - less than 50 cases per 100,000 people over a 7 day period. If infection numbers begin to spike then the measures will quickly be reversed.

However, contact restrictions between households will be slightly eased as of next week. The reopening strategy also certainly focuses on vaccinations and mass testing. Jabs will soon be available at many family doctors to try and boost vaccination numbers. And starting next Monday, people in Germany will get access to one free rapid test a week.

German leaders are cautious about the Covid-19 Pandemic situation. With elections coming soon and public pressure growing - regional leaders want to curb restrictions quickly. However, they also want to avoid having to potentially return to yet another unpleasant lockdown.

The COVID-19 pandemic in Germany is part of the ongoing worldwide global pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). On 27 January 2020, the first case in Germany was confirmed near Munich, Bavaria.

German time has a name. The time zone in Germany is Central European Time (Mitteleuropäische Zeit, MEZ; UTC+01:00) and Central European Summer Time (Mitteleuropäische Sommerzeit, MESZ; UTC+02:00). Daylight saving time is observed from the last Sunday in March (02:00 CET) to the last Sunday in October (03:00 CEST).

The meaning of the flag of Germany is interesting. The tricolour horizontal bands consist of the official colours of Germany which are black, red, and gold. The important colours used in the national flag of Germany date back to the republican democracy proposed in the 1800s to represent unity and freedom considered to be prevalent in Germany.

Germany 2020 population is estimated at 83,783,942 people at mid year according to UN data.

The 7 major regions of Germany are: the Northeast German Plain, the Northwest German Plain, the Western Central Uplands, the Eastern Central Uplands, the South German Scarplands, the Alpine Foreland, and the North and Baltic Seas.

Keep up with Germany news. These are the top Newspapers in Germany:

Berliner Tageblatt
Bild
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
Süddeutsche Zeitung
Die Zeit
Die Welt
Die Tageszeitung
Frankfurter Rundschau
Handelsblatt
Hamburger Abendblatt
Rheinische Post
Münchner Merkur
Berliner Zeitung
Berliner Morgenpost
B.Z.
Junge Freiheit
Der Tagesspiegel
Hamburger Morgenpost
Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger
Augsburger Allgemeine
Express
Börsen-Zeitung
Bild am Sonntag
Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung
Welt am Sonntag
Junge Welt
Stuttgarter Zeitung
Neues Deutschland
Passauer Neue Presse
Badische Zeitung
Kieler Nachrichten
Sächsische Zeitung
Lübecker Nachrichten
Freie Presse
Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung
Nordkurier
Oberhessische Presse
Pforzheimer Zeitung
Die Rheinpfalz
Preußische Allgemeine Zeitung
General-Anzeiger
Lausitzer Rundschau
The Munich Eye
Frankfurter Neue Presse
Südwest Presse
Flensborg Avis
Der Freitag
Die Presse
Jungle World
Rheinischer Merkur
Financial Times Deutschland
Berliner Tageblatt

DW News is a global English-language news and information programme from German public international broadcaster Deutsche Welle (DW), established in summer 2015.

These are some of Germany's largest cities:

Berlin
Hamburg
Munich
Cologne
Frankfurt am Main
Stuttgart
Düsseldorf
Leipzig

Keep up to date with the Germany GDP. Germany's GDP is certainly high. Germany's solid economy, the world's 4th largest and Europe's largest, is based on exports of high-quality manufactured goods. Germany has come under fire from other European countries and the United States for its low level of defense spending and its construction of a certain second natural gas pipeline link with Russia.

Germany is indisputably wealthy. It is Europe's largest national economy and the continent's leading manufacturer, exporting vehicles, machinery, chemicals and electronics, among other products.

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