1. Germany ramps up coronavirus tests to 500,000 a week  Times of India
  2. Coronavirus | Germany says low death rate is due to widespread testing  The Hindu
  3. Germany Ramps up Coronavirus Tests to 5,00,000 a week  News18
  4. Could Germany become Europe's first country to flatten the curve?  The Independent
  5. Germany boosts coronavirus test rate to 500,000 a week  Hindustan Times
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Europe News: BERLIN: Germany has boosted its coronavirus test rate to 500,000 a week, with the early detection helping in part to keep the country's death toll rel.Europe News: BERLIN: Germany has boosted its coronavirus test rate to 500,000 a week, with the early detection helping in part to keep the country's death toll rel.

Germany ramps up coronavirus tests to 500,000 a week - Times of India

The country has over 36,000 declared cases of COVID-19, among the highest in Europe, but Germany’s death rate is 0.54% while Italy and Spain have around 10% and 7.3% respectively.The country has over 36,000 declared cases of COVID-19, among the highest in Europe, but Germany’s death rate is 0.54% while Italy and Spain have around 10% and 7.3% respectively.

Coronavirus | Germany says low death rate is due to widespread testing - The Hindu

Meanwhile the research ministry said it would commit $164 million to improve communication between hospitals and laboratories about coronavirus patients' health data, hoping the information exchange could feed into development of a vaccine.Meanwhile the research ministry said it would commit $164 million to improve communication between hospitals and laboratories about coronavirus patients' health data, hoping the information exchange could feed into development of a vaccine.

Germany Ramps up Coronavirus Tests to 5,00,000 a week - News18

The streets of the hedonistic city of Berlin are eerily empty. As night approaches, bars and restaurants are shuttered and streets are deserted. Even the drug dealers still hanging around notorious Görlitzer Park are wearing disposable gloves.The streets of the hedonistic city of Berlin are eerily empty. As night approaches, bars and restaurants are shuttered and streets are deserted. Even the drug dealers still hanging around notorious

Coronavirus: Could Germany become Europe’s first country to flatten the curve? | The Independent

“Why is Germany’s coronavirus death rate so low? Europe and the US are grappling for resources as they struggle to test all incoming cases, resulting in a backlog even the as death toll go up. But the mortality rates in Germany are as low as 0.6 per cent. https://t.co/lV3MDQ5ngk”

Rahul Kanwal on Twitter: "Why is Germany’s coronavirus death rate so low? Europe and the US are grappling for resources as they struggle to test all incoming cases, resulting in a backlog even the as death toll go up. But the mortality rates in Germany are as low as 0.6 per cent. https://t.co/lV3MDQ5ngk"

“Coronavirus death toll per country as on 25th March 2020. 🇮🇹 Italy: 6,820 🇪🇸 Spain: 3,434 🇨🇳China: 3,281 🇮🇷 Iran: 2,077 🇫🇷 France: 1,100 🇺🇸 USA: 784 🇬🇧 UK: 422 🇳🇱 Netherlands: 276 🇧🇪 Belgium: 178 🇩🇪 Germany: 172 🇨🇭Switzerland: 135 🇰🇷 South Korea: 126 🇮🇳 India: 13”

Dr. Mahesh Sharma on Twitter: "Coronavirus death toll per country as on 25th March 2020. 🇮🇹 Italy: 6,820 🇪🇸 Spain: 3,434 🇨🇳China: 3,281 🇮🇷 Iran: 2,077 🇫🇷 France: 1,100 🇺🇸 USA: 784 🇬🇧 UK: 422 🇳🇱 Netherlands: 276 🇧🇪 Belgium: 178 🇩🇪 Germany: 172 🇨🇭Switzerland: 135 🇰🇷 South Korea: 126 🇮🇳 India: 13"

“🦠🔬🧬Sorry how many people are being TESTED in the U.K.? Elsewhere? GERMANY has boosted its #coronavirus test rate to 500,000 a week, with the early detection helping to keep the country's death toll relatively low, a virologist says - AFP”

Darren McCaffrey on Twitter: "🦠🔬🧬Sorry how many people are being TESTED in the U.K.? Elsewhere? GERMANY has boosted its #coronavirus test rate to 500,000 a week, with the early detection helping to keep the country's death toll relatively low, a virologist says - AFP"

“Germany's fatality rate – the number of deaths out of confirmed coronavirus cases – is about 0.4 per cent. In Italy, this figure is nine per cent, while in the UK – which has 8,328 confirmed cases – it’s 4.6 per cent. What is Germany doing right? https://t.co/4e4TE44qx2”

Greg Williams on Twitter: "Germany's fatality rate – the number of deaths out of confirmed coronavirus cases – is about 0.4 per cent. In Italy, this figure is nine per cent, while in the UK – which has 8,328 confirmed cases – it’s 4.6 per cent. What is Germany doing right? https://t.co/4e4TE44qx2"

Europe and the US are grappling for resources as they struggle to test all incoming cases, resulting in a backlog even as death rates go up. But the mortality rates in Germany are as low as 0.6 per cent.Europe and the US are grappling for resources as they struggle to test all incoming cases, resulting in a backlog even as death rates go up. But the mortality rates in Germany are as low as 0.6 per cent.

Why Germany’s coronavirus death rate is surprisingly low - News Analysis News

The data may deceiveThe data may deceive

Covid comparisons - Why does Germany’s death rate look better than Italy’s? | Europe | The Economist

Cases rise daily, currently more than 39,000 confirmed in country, with over 400,000 tests conducted, local authorities say - Anadolu AgencyCases rise daily, currently more than 39,000 confirmed in country, with over 400,000 tests conducted, local authorities say - Anadolu Agency

COVID-19: Death/case ratio in Germany successfully low

Engineering giant says automated system will boost country’s already high test rateEngineering giant says automated system will boost country’s already high test rate

German firm Bosch to cut coronavirus test time ‘to 2½ hours’

Germany's coronavirus fatality rate is dramatically lower than Italy and Spain.Germany's coronavirus fatality rate is dramatically lower than Italy and Spain.

Coronavirus: Why Germany’s death toll is so low compared to other EU countries

Experts say it's too early to draw conclusions on which countries are winning the war against coronavirus.Experts say it's too early to draw conclusions on which countries are winning the war against coronavirus.

Germany’s coronavirus death rate is much lower than Italy’s. Why experts warn against reading too much into that – Fortune

Germany is testing up to 500,000 people a week for the new coronavirus, a virologist said Thursday, adding that early detection has been key in keeping the country's death rate relatively low. Germany is testing up to 500,000 people a week for the new coronavirus, a virologist said Thursday, adding that early detection has been key in keeping the country's death rate relatively low.

Germany says widespread testing keeping virus deaths low | ABS-CBN News

The Robert Koch health institute today reported 49 new deaths in Germany, taking the total from 149 to 198.(the increasing death toll is shown on a graph).The Robert Koch health institute today reported 49 new deaths in Germany, taking the total from 149 to 198.(the increasing death toll is shown on a graph).

Germany sees number of coronavirus deaths rise by a third | Daily Mail Online

One reason seems to revolve around the number of tests a country conducts. But differences in demographic and political issues could be factorsOne reason seems to revolve around the number of tests a country conducts. But differences in demographic and political issues could be factors

Why the COVID-19 death rate varies dramatically from country to country | National Post

One reason seems to revolve around the number of tests a country conducts. But differences in demographic and political issues could be factorsOne reason seems to revolve around the number of tests a country conducts. But differences in demographic and political issues could be factors

Why the COVID-19 death rate varies dramatically from country to country | National Post

Why does Germany seem to be spared lethal cases of the new coronavirus?And they are risking infecting their patients along the way.

Why is Germany's COVID-1 death rate so much lower than other countries? | Live Science