The German authorities reported 442 infections and 12 deaths from COVID-19 in the last 24 hours this Thursday, thus updating the balance of a pandemic in which nearly 200,000 cases occur in Germany and the containment of possible outbreaks is currently being monitored. .
By Thursday, Germany had registered 197,783 positives for the new corona virus that emerged in the Chinese city of Wuhan in 2019, while the death toll has risen to 9,048, according to the Robert Koch Institute, the agency responsible for monitoring and monitoring diseases .
Bavaria, North Rhine-Westphalia and Baden-Württemberg remain the three countries with the highest number of cases with 49,023, 44,492 and 35,942 respectively. 8,537 people are infected with the virus in the capital Berlin.
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An inspection by the Federal Ministry of Health on Wednesday revealed serious deficiencies in the housing conditions for workers in the meat industry, which were the first outbreaks of the coronavirus pandemic in the country.
After these inspections, which took place in May, Germany suffered an outbreak of the coronavirus among workers in the Guetersloh slaughterhouse in North Rhine-Westphalia in June, which forced the isolation of around 670,000 inhabitants in the region.