Germany: 160 people in quarantine after banned private events

Some 160 people have been quarantined after participating in events in Göttingen, Germany, which were banned due to the coronavirus crisis. Thirty-five people tested positive for Covid-19 after participating in several private events that were banned. One of them is in critical condition.

The city of Göttingen has indicated that anyone who has been in contact with the 35 infected will be tested.

Despite a large number of cases, the death toll remains relatively low in Germany. The number of cases has dropped drastically since the introduction of a series of restrictive measures in March.

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