The cumulative number of confirmed diagnoses in Germany approaches 3 million, the medical system faces the risk of overload
(Fighting against New Coronary Pneumonia) The cumulative number of confirmed diagnoses in Germany is approaching 3 million. The medical system faces the risk of overload
China News Service, Berlin, April 10th (Reporter Peng Dawei) As of the evening of the 10th local time, Germany has accumulated confirmed diagnoses The number of people infected with the new crown virus has approached 3 million. The country’s medical experts and major hospitals have warned that the risk of overloading the medical system is increasing.
p > The German disease control agency announced that the number of new confirmed cases and the number of new deaths were 24097 and 246 respectively. According to real-time data from Germany’s “Times Online”, as of 21:25 on the 10th local time, a total of 2,969,773 people have been diagnosed, 2,661,285 people have been cured, and 78,992 people have died in Germany. As of that day, Germany had received 17,580,596 doses of vaccine, and a total of 4910308 people received the second dose.
Frank Montgomery, chairman of the German World Medical Association, warned that the critically ill patients currently admitted to German hospitals were basically infected with the new crown virus four weeks ago, which means that the current correct approach is to require nationwide The hospital is preparing for a surge in admissions.
Berlin Charit, Germany’s largest medical institution, is also preparing to deal with a possible “run” on intensive care beds. At present, there are about 280 severely ill patients with new coronary disease in Berlin, and 90 of them are admitted to the hospital. Martin Kleis, member of the board of directors of the Charité Hospital, said that if the number of severely ill patients exceeds the peak during the second wave of the epidemic last year, Charité Hospital will face a very serious situation. He warned that the current trend is very clear and action must be taken.
The chairman of the German Interdisciplinary Association for Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine (DIVI), Gernot Marks, said that an average of 100 new critically ill patients are added every day. According to this trend, the number of critically ill patients in Germany by the end of this month “Inevitably” will exceed 5,000 people.
According to German media reports, in response to the current severe epidemic, the German Federal Government plans to revise the current infectious disease prevention and control law next week, adopt unified national rules, and further tighten epidemic prevention in severely affected areas Strength, including enforcement of curfew and other measures. (End)