Germany registered a record number of deaths from COVID-19 on Wednesday, the first day of a new partial lockdown to try and curb a surge in infections.
A total of 952 people died in the previous 24 hours, according to the Robert Koch Institute disease control center.
It said 27,728 new coronavirus cases were registered, a figure close to the daily record of infections reported on Friday.
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