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Alemanha registra novo recorde de casos de Covid-19, com 7.334 em 24 horas

People wearing protective face masks walk in the pedestrian area in the city of Dortmund, western Germany, on October 14, 2020, amid the ongoing novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. - In Dortmund, wearing a mask is mandatory in the pedestrian zone since October 13 as a measure to curb the spread of the coronavirus. The German Chancellor wants measures toughened up to fight a surge in coronavirus infections, including requiring masks in more places and limiting numbers of people gathering for private events, according to a draft policy paper seen by AFP. The proposals to be discussed with premiers from Germany's 16 states later on October 14 would see the restrictions kick in once an area records 35 new infections per 100,000 people over seven days. (Photo by Ina FASSBENDER / AFP)

A Alemanha registrou, nesta sexta-feira, 7.334 novas infecções pelo novo coronavírus nas últimas 24 outras, representando um novo recorde de casos desde o início da pandemia, segundo dados do Instituto Robert Koch (RKI) de virologia.

Com isso, o número de infecções registradas até o momento no país é de 348.557, com 9.734 mortes e 284.600 pacientes recuperados.

Por EFE