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The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Germany has exceeded 1.6 million, and mutant strains have been found.

The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Germany has exceeded 1.6 million, and mutant strains have been found.

December 25th, the COVID-19 data released by the German disease control agency Robert Koch Institute on the 25th showed that as of 00:00 on the same day, 25,533 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Germany compared with the previous day, with a total of 1,161,648; 412 new deaths, a total of 29,182 cases.

Baden-Württemberg Health Department reported on the 24th that a woman diagnosed on the 20th of this month was found to be infected with a mutant strain found in the United Kingdom on the 24th.

A spokesman for the local health department said that the patient arrived at Frankfurt Airport from the United Kingdom on the 20th and tested positive at the airport quickly before Germany announced a ban on British flights.

Germany’s Federal Ministry of Transport announced on the 20th that in view of the mutant novel coronavirus reported by the United Kingdom, flights from the United Kingdom will be banned from 00:00 on the 21st to the end of this year, and the ban does not include German return crews, mail, cargo or air flights, flights carrying public health and medical personnel, etc.

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