German Chancellor Angela Merkel gave this statement on rising corona numbers
German Chancellor Angela Merkel gave this statement on rising corona numbers

As corona cases surge worldwide, leaders are seen in a tense situation in order to tackle the situation. German Chancellor Angela Merkel cautioned on Friday that the coming "days and weeks" will determine how the country faces with the coronavirus pandemic this winter Germany's coronavirus numbers are continuing to rise, primarily in metropolitan areas. Merkel said her "top priority" was not bring the public life and the economy back to the measures that were necessary to control the virus in the spring. Merkel also praised the United Nations' World Food Program after it was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.

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She said, "If an organization deserves it, then it is certainly one of them." Merkel met with 11 mayors of Germany's largest cities by video conference in the early afternoon to discuss what should be done to slow the spread of the virus. The country has won wide plaudits for slowing the spread of the coronavirus when it first broke out but is grappling with what to do now that it seems to be picking up again. Berlin's mayor Michael Mueller informed reporters on Friday that large groups had to be bypassed and people need to take regards on public transport, among other things.

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Germany's disease control center, the Robert Koch Institute, recorded 4,516 new cases of coronavirus overnight Friday, and many cities have now reached the critical warning level of 50 new infections per 100,000 residents. Berlin's figure was at 51 per 100,000 residents, while Bremen was at 53.9, and Cologne and Essen were close, with 49.8 and 48.4 per 100,000 respectively, according to the Robert Koch Institute. Overall, Germany has counted 314,660 coronavirus cases, with 9,589 deaths, a toll one-fourth that of Britain and one-third that of Italy.

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