The number of confirmed cases in Germany has increased to 129. Officials say the closure of the city can only be used as a last resort

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 The number of confirmed cases in Germany has increased to 129. Officials say the closure of the city can only be used as a last resort


Novel coronavirus pneumonia has been diagnosed in Germany by the Robert Koch Institute of the German federal authority for Disease Control and prevention, which has been updated at 15 hours local time on March 1st. The number of patients with the most recent cases in North Wei Prefecture is 74, according to the updated data of the German Institute for Disease control and prevention at the latest time of about 129. In terms of geographical distribution, almost all the economically developed federal states in the West have confirmed cases. Novel coronavirus pneumonia was also reported in the capital Berlin at 23 PM when the press release was issued at the same time. But the news has not yet been officially confirmed.

Zekhofer did not exclude the option of blocking an area or a city in extreme cases, but stressed that this scenario will only be the last resort.

With the spread of the epidemic, its impact on the German economy, which is highly dependent on manufacturing and exports, has also become the focus of attention in Germany. On the same day, German Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Wolfgang Scholz told the Sunday world newspaper that Germany was ready to fight the epidemic, including the ability of its economy to overcome the difficulties.

When it comes to the need for stimulus, we already have the means to launch the stimulus plan. Scholz said that at present, the most important guarantee for Germany is the emergency measures for medical and health care. Once the global market and production place are affected by the epidemic, which causes serious problems at the world economic level, Germany will have all the ability to respond quickly, decisively and strongly.

Germany has confirmed novel coronavirus pneumonia in 129 cases.