Germany's COVID-19 case rate falls below key threshold

Friday 1442/10/2 - 2021/05/14
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BERLIN, May 14, 2021, SPA -- Germany's seven-day rate of COVID-19 cases fell below a key threshold for the first time in nearly two months on Friday, Reuters reported.
The number of infections per 100,000 people fell to 96.5 - the first time it has fallen below the 100 level since March 20 - from almost 126 a week ago, data from the RKI public health institute showed.
The number of new daily cases rose by 11,336, bringing the total to 3,577,040, while the death toll increased by 190 to 85,848.
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