In the past 24 hours, Germany has registered 749 infections and 39 deaths from coronavirus, compared to 353 positive and 62 deaths the previous day, increasing the pandemic balance to more than 180,000 infected and more than 8,400 deaths. was created in the Chinese city of Wuhan, according to the Robert Koch Institute, the German government agency responsible for monitoring infectious diseases.
With the new data released this Friday, the number increases to 180,458 cases and 8,450 deaths. By federal state, Bavaria remains the most affected with 46,809 infections and 2,441 deaths, followed by North Rhine-Westphalia (37,803 positive and 1,588 deaths) and Baden-Württemberg (34,479 infections and 1,743 deaths). The capital Berlin registered 6,738 cases and 196 deaths.
The federal government and the country’s 16 states agreed on Tuesday that human contact restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic will be extended until June 29.
However, states can decide to ease some restrictions starting June 6, including limiting sessions to a maximum of ten people or a maximum of two people if they are held in private homes.