German coronavirus incidence rate increases for second day

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The seven-day incidence rate of coronavirus infections in Germany has risen for the second day in a row, according to the nation’s disease control body, the Robert Koch Institute (RKI). According to information from Wednesday morning, the value was 36.8 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants in the past seven days, compared to 35.2 the previous day. The figures still represent a marked fall from 46.8 on Wednesday last week. On Tuesday, RKI head Lothar Wieler had said that modelling suggested a slight temporary increase in the incidence rate. The RKI associates this with steps to reopen public …

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