Coronavirus mortality records in Poland and Germany

Coronavirus mortality records in Poland and Germany

During the day, 674 COVID-19 patients died in Poland and 410 in Germany. These are record numbers for countries since the pandemic began.
In Poland, 674 coronavirus patients died the day before – a new record since the beginning of the epidemic in the country. This was reported by RMF24 on Wednesday, November 25.

The previous record was set on November 19, when 637 Poles died of coronavirus.
Of the 674 dead, 152 died directly from coronavirus complications, the remaining 522 had other chronic diseases.
At present more than 22 100 patients are hospitalized in Poland – 286 less than as of yesterday, of which more than 2 thousand need IVL devices.
Since the beginning of the epidemic in Poland, 924,422 cases of coronavirus have been registered, 14,988 of which died, and more than 470,000 recovered.

In turn, 410 COVID-19 patients died in Germany in the past 24 hours, reports Robert Koch Institute. The previous record of deaths recorded in April – 315 deaths per day.
In Germany, 961,320 coronavirus infections have been registered since the beginning of the epidemic, of which 14,771 died, more than 656 thousand – recovered.
Let’s remind that earlier in WHO there was a record increase of COVID-19 cases within a week. In North and South America the growth rates of both new cases and patient deaths were recorded.

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