A total of 67366 cases were diagnosed in Germany, and the mortality rate in Germany is much lower than that in other European countries
According to Robert & middot, the German federal agency for Disease Control and prevention; Novel coronavirus pneumonia confirmed in Germany, 5453 cases were confirmed by 0 points in April 1st, and 67366 cases were confirmed by Koch Institute. 732 cases of cumulative mortality were recorded, and the mortality rate in Germany was over 1%.
Foreign media have noted novel coronavirus pneumonia spread in Europe, with the mortality rate in Germany far lower than in other European countries. In this regard, German health officials said that this is due to their early detection of mild patients. This means that the proportion of mild patients in confirmed cases in Germany may be higher than that in other European countries. German experts are proud that Germany has many laboratories with testing qualification, a relatively complete medical insurance system, and the government has timely introduced testing, troubleshooting and other measures. At present, 500000 samples can be tested every week in Germany; The government plans to increase the daily testing capacity to 100000 or even 200000 in the future. German media believe that different anti epidemic methods and strategies adopted by different countries have affected the mortality to a certain extent. If the scope of testing is expanded, the mortality rates in Italy and Spain may be lower than they are now.