Germany Coronavirus Map
Because we care about our visitors to receive the most accurate information about Corivanirus pandemic, based on the location of each visitor, we put on our website www.coronavirus-map.com the coronavirus Germany map. You can see here, all the cases of infected people, recovered people and the number of dead people.
The 2019–2020 coronavirus pandemic was confirmed to have been transmitted to Germany on 27 January 2020, when the first COVID-19 case was confirmed and contained near Munich, Bavaria. The German government and several health officials stated that the country was well prepared and at first saw no need in taking special measures to stock up or to limit public freedom.
Since 13 March, the pandemic has been managed in the protection stage with German states mandating school and kindergarten closures, postponing academic semesters and prohibiting visits to nursing homes to protect the elderly. Two days later, borders to neighbouring countries were closed. On 22 March, the government announced a national curfew, almost identical to Austria and Bavaria, where it had been implemented seven days and three days before respectively. Individuals are only allowed to leave their living quarters for certain activities e.g. commuting to work, doing sports or for groceries, and not in groups of more than two people if they do not share the same household.