Germany will implement new measures to limit co-infection with COVID-19 prior to New Year’s Eve. This includes the restriction of private gatherings for vaccine-infected individuals to no more than 10 people the German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said on Tuesday.
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In the absence of a national lockdown Scholz also joined the leaders from Germany’s sixteen states that they should close discos and clubs, and to only permit big sporting events, like soccer matches, to be played without spectators.
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“We should not be oblivious to the next wave of terrorism,” Scholz told reporters after the talks. “Corona won’t be taking the Christmas holiday,” he said, saying it was just two weeks until the Omicron variant was a dominant one in Germany.Germany will also ramp in its booster vaccination program. It is estimated that 70.4 percent of Germany’s population of 83 million are vaccine-free, with 32.6 percent having received booster shots.

The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) for infectious diseases had suggested stricter measures, which included the introduction of “maximum contact limitations” immediately, and limiting travel to only what was essential.

Hamburg, Germany’s city Hamburg has put restrictions in place beginning December. 24. Bars and restaurants have to close at 11 p.m. The curfew is one a.m. to celebrate New Year’s Day.

The RKI has reported 23,428 new cases on Tuesday, as well as 462 deaths, bringing Germany’s total to 108.814. The incidence rate for seven days (the number in people for every 100,000 who were infected during the past week – decreased by 306.4 from 316 on the prior day.

Experts have been cautioned they are concerned that this Omicron variant could lead to disruptions to emergency services, as also water and power supply. Hospitals may be faced with a double whammy of a flurry of severely sick patients and huge staff shortages due to the emergence of illnesses among nurses and doctors.

Scholz will meet with state premiers in January. 7, to talk about COVID-19.

German citizens and residents are still allowed to travel from the UK.
They have to pass an inconclusive test and remain quarantined for two weeks regardless of whether they’ve had a vaccination.
The changes took effect Sunday evening. France has also put in place similar restrictions when coronavirus outbreaks increase in Britain.
The Robert-Koch-Institut (RKI) is one of the federal health agencies was the first to announce new rules in the context of identifying the UK as a variant of the virus zone of concern, which is the most severe Covid threat level.
Denmark, France, Norway and Lebanon are also added to Germany’s list of high risk countries and travel from these countries will be also restricted.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan declared the city’s mayor Sadiq Khan was announcing a “major accident” in the capital on Saturday , citing a the sharp increase in cases. On Saturday, there were 26,418 cases were reported as new – the highest figure since the beginning of the pandemic.
Experts in science have warned that the number of hospital admissions could exceed 3000 per day if there are no other limitations.
While the number of newly confirmed cases of coronavirus in Germany is less than the UK with 50,968 brand new cases being reported on Friday The number of deaths that result from an negative Covid test is increasing. Germany has reported 437 deaths on Friday.
German Health minister Karl Lauterbach said he expected the Omicron variant to trigger the “massive five-wave” in the spread of pandemic.
He stated that Germany needed to be prepared for a potential challenge “that we’ve never experienced in this manner before” and that the “more we are able to fend off… more more effective”.
On the radio station ARD on Sunday on Sunday, Prof Lauterbach has ruled out a shutdown before Christmas. He stated: “There will not be an emergency lockdown until Christmas here. However, we could see five waves – we’ve crossed a crucial quantity of Omicron infections.”