(Anti-Pandemic) Germany was newly diagnosed in one day, resulting in the sacking of 20,000 foreign ministers and defense ministers for the first time
Berlin, November 6 The German disease control department announced on the 6th that the number of newly diagnosed Coronavirus infections was 21,506, which is the first time that the country has added 20,000 in a single day since the outbreak.
As of that night, the cumulative number of confirmed cases in Germany has exceeded 630,000. German media reported on the same day that due to contact with the confirmed patient, German Foreign Minister Maas and Defense Minister Kramp-Karenbauer have entered a state of isolation this week.
According to a report from Germany’s “Times Online”, as of 17:16 on the 6th local time, Germany had a total of 630,297 confirmed cases, 402,466 cured, and 11,222 deaths.
As of November 5, the average number of newly diagnosed people per 100,000 people in Germany in seven days has reached 145.1, which has reached more than three times the peak of the first wave of pandemic at the end of March and early April this year.
Among them, German Foreign Minister Maas was quarantined on September 23 this year because one of his security personnel was diagnosed with Coronavirus.
On the 4th of this month, after attending a cabinet meeting, Ma Si learned that a member of a foreign delegation he had contacted was infected with Coronavirus, and he went into isolation for the second time. Mas’s Coronavirus test result was negative.
According to Der Spiegel Online, earlier this month, German Defense Minister Kramp-Karenbauer’s Coronavirus warning app installed on his mobile phone popped up a warning message
indicating that she might have been in contact with patients with confirmed Coronavirus in private time. As a precautionary measure, Kramp-Karenbauer will accept home isolation until this weekend. Her test result was also negative.
Der Spiegel Online quoted a spokesperson for the German Ministry of Defense that Kramp-Karenbauer, like her predecessor, Von der Lein, who is now the President of the European Commission, lived in the Ministry of Defense during her stay in Berlin.
Unable to return to his home in Saarbrücken in southwestern Germany, Kramp-Karenbauer is using a room in the German Ministry of Defense as a quarantine location and continues to handle official duties through an isolated office.