BERLIN (Reuters) - The slowing dynamic of new German coronavirus infections is a reason to be cautiously optimistic, the head of the Robert Koch institute for infectious diseases (RKI) said on Thursday.
“But we don’t yet know whether this is a stable development,” Lothar Wieler said at a virtual press briefing.
Hospitals are expected to reach capacity, he added.
Reporting by Thomas Seythal and Sabine Siebold
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