German Chancellor Merkel once again called on the public to be vigilant in her weekly routine video blog on the 28th local time. She said that although Germany has taken a big step on the road to fighting the epidemic, in the face of the upcoming Christmas and New Year’s Eve holiday, everyone should continue to strictly abide by the epidemic prevention regulations: “We must be stronger than the virus together.”
In Merkel’s view, compared with the outbreak of the epidemic, people now have a more comprehensive understanding of the transmission route, symptoms and epidemic prevention methods of the virus.
According to the latest data released by the Robert Koch Institute, the German Federal Disease Control Agency, as of 00:00 local time on November 28, Germany had a total of 102,089 confirmed cases of COVID-19, an increase of 21,695 from the previous day; 15,965 deaths, an increase of 379 from the previous day. About 711,000 cases have been cured.