With the Delta variant increasing its effectiveness, the whole world, especially European countries, began to experience an unprecedented increase in the number of cases of Kovid-19. The increase in cases and deaths caused by the Delta variant, which has caused further waves in the epidemic, has surrounded Russia and Germany.
Russia on Thursday reported its biggest loss of daily life since the outbreak began. Due to the third wave of Kovid-19, which did not stop despite the vaccination campaign, 808 people have died in the past 24 hours in the country. It was recorded as the first day that Russia crossed the threshold of 800 people in coronavirus deaths.
While 21,000,932 new cases of Kovid-19 have been announced in the past 24 hours, Delta cases, which have been on the rise since mid-June, are believed to be having an effect on this.
The anti-vaccination rate in Russia is also quite high, and the rate of those who do not want to be vaccinated has reached 55%.
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Despite calls from President Vladimir Putin to be vaccinated, 28 million 800 thousand people have been vaccinated in Russia with a population of 146 million. Russia is the country with the highest death toll in Europe, with 168.49 people in total. Authorities say the number of people who have lost their lives due to Kovid-related causes in Russia may have reached 300,000.
HIGHEST NUMBER OF DAILY COVID-19 CASES IN THE PAST 9 WEEKS RECORDED IN GERMANY
In Germany, the “highest level of the last 9 weeks” was reached with the number of 5,000,638 new types of coronavirus (Kovid-19) cases in the past 24 hours.
According to the press release from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), which conducts studies in the field of infectious diseases in Germany, the total number of cases since the emergence of the virus has risen to 3 million 805 thousand 63.
While 17 people have lost their lives to Kovid-19 in the past 24 hours, the total number of deaths has been recorded at 91,000,834.
While 454 Kovid-19 patients were treated in intensive care units, 222 of them were intubated.
According to the latest figures from the Ministry of Health, 52 million 241,000 people (62.8% of the population) in Germany were vaccinated at least one dose, while 46 million 655,000 people (56.1% of the population) were fully vaccinated.
THE TEST CONDITION IS IMPLEMENTED FOR NON-VACCINATION
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In accordance with the decision taken by the government and state administrations in Germany, due to the increase in the number of cases and to encourage vaccination in the country, a test requirement has been introduced for those who have not been done vaccinate at all interior entrances.
To enter hospitals, retirement homes, restaurant interiors, places of worship, weddings, meetings, barber shops and gymnasiums and indoor swimming pools, proof of vaccination or proof of illness is required. .