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Currently we have detected 13,457,458+ total Corona Virus cases worldwide. Current recovery rate is 58.3%, as 7,847,226 patients have recovered out of total 13,457,458+ covid-19 cases. Unfortunately, 581,221+ people have died due to this virus infection, mortality rate in currently 4.3% around the world. 5,029,011+ cases are still active, that represents 37.4% of the total number of cases detected worldwide.
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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 MunichBavaria. 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.

Germany Coronavirus Updates & Statistics

As of 25 March 2020, a project by Funke Mediengruppe, which attempts to summarize data early from German health departments, the Johns Hopkins University and the Robert Koch Institute, has reported 35,704 cases, 181 deaths and 3,540 recoveries.  The relatively low death rate in comparison to several other European countries has led to various theories. The head of Robert Koch Institute warned that the death rate would increase and become similar to other countries.

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Coronavirus Germany Map (Deutschland Korona Karte)​: Esri’s dashboard provides an overview of the current spread of the coronavirus by the federal state. The data is based on the number of cases that the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) makes available to the public. The overview follows the institute’s update cycle. As this is a very dynamic situation, there may be differences between the RKI data and information from other bodies, such as the federal states concerned. The RKI case numbers are verified and reliable. The project is scientifically supported by the Institute for Hygiene and Public Health (IHPH) at the University of Bonn.

The 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic has been verified to have been sent to Germany on 27 January 2020, once the very first COVID-19 event was verified in Bavaria. Nearly all the COVID-19 instances in January and early February originated in the headquarters of an automobile parts maker in Bavaria and, apparently, from there to Northern Italy, in which the firm has offices, according to phylogenetic analysis of viral DNA. Afterwards, new clusters have been introduced by travelers from Italy, China and Iran.

German disease and outbreak control is recommended from the Robert Koch Institute as per a federal pandemic plan. The outbreaks were managed in a containment phase (with initial steps of this protection platform ),[7] which tried to minimise the growth of clusters. Since 13 March the pandemic is handled at the defense stage with German countries mandating school and Colleges closures, postponing academic semesters and forbidding visits to nursing homes to safeguard the elderly.

On 25 and 26 February, after the COVID-19 outbreak in Italy, several instances associated with the Italian epidemic were discovered in Baden-Württemberg. Other scenarios, which weren’t linked to the Roman clusters, happened in numerous areas such as Baden-Württemberg, North Rhine-Westphalia and Rhineland-Palatinate. A Particular audience formed in Heinsberg was connected into this Carnival at Gangelt. Currentlythe biggest number of COVID-19 instances in Germany are at the state of North Rhine-Westphalia.

Coronavirus Timeline in Germany