Official data reports coming out of Europe have shown that both Germany and Spain are in a somewhat tight spot when it comes to containing coronavirus infections.
According to the latest figures, Germany has just recorded its biggest daily increase in coronavirus cases in over three months. In the last 24 hours, reports have shown that Germany has recorded 1,200 new cases, which brings the countries total to, at the time of writing this to 219,727. Since the beginning of the pandemic, Germany has recorded more than 9,000 coronavirus-related deaths.
This past Tuesday, Spain has recorded 1,418 new infections in its latest daily count, and it's facing the worst infection rate in Western Europe. Salvador Macip, an expert in health sciences at Catalonia's Open University, said, "We are right at a point where things can get better or worse. This means we have to pull out all the stops to curb outbreaks before they become more serious." At the moment, Spain has more than 326,000 coronavirus cases, making it the 11th highest in the world.
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