The incidence of coronavirus cases in Germany per 100,000 inhabitants rose again this Sunday for the fifth time in a row, until it almost reached the level of August monitoring of the pandemic, according to the balance sheet of the Robert Koch Institute responsible.
The country has registered 8,682 new infections with an incidence of 72.7, just two points less than a month ago (74.7) but six points more than last week (66.1).
The death chapter leaves 17 COVID-19-related deaths in the past 24 hours, compared with 24 deaths a week ago.
Since the pandemic began, the institute has recorded 4,373,789 confirmed viral infections and 94,618 deaths. The actual total number is likely to be significantly higher, however, as many infections are not recorded.
On the other hand, the RKI has reported that 4,147,000 people have already recovered from the disease, while the number of deaths from or with involvement of a proven infection by Sars-CoV-2 was 94,618.