Mass testing explains Germany's relatively low death rate from coronavirus: virologist
Thursday, 26 March 2020 Germany's relatively low rate of deaths so far from coronavirus is largely due to the high number of tests being carried out in the country, meaning authorities are simply aware of more cases, including milder ones, a senior virologist said.
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