Germany has exceeded the threshold of 210,000 coronavirus cases after more than 500 cases have been added in the past few hours. This emerges from the balance provided on Monday by the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), the government agency for monitoring infectious diseases.
In those 24 hours, the RKI registered 509 new cases and seven more deaths, totaling 210,402 infected and 9,148 deaths, while another 193,500 recovered from COVID-19.
Bavaria remains the most affected with 51,156, followed by North Rhine-Westphalia (49,435), Baden-Wutemberg (37,272), Lower Saxony (14,567), Hesse (12,142) and Berlin (9,328).
Since the beginning of de-escalation last May, Germany has identified several outbreaks that are mainly related to matadors and agricultural workers, but also to social activities.