Germany has exceeded the dramatic threshold of 100 thousand deaths from Covid, also recording a new record in both daily infections and weekly incidence. According to data from the Robert Koch Institute published this morning, deaths related to the coronavirus are 100,119 since the beginning of the pandemic. The number of new cases exceeded the threshold of 70 thousand cases per day for the first time, with 75,961 new infections within 24 hours. Last week’s figure was 65,371 new cases. The incidence over the last seven days is 419.7 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants, a new record since the beginning of the pandemic. The figure recorded yesterday was 404.5 cases, while seven days ago it was 336.9. cases per 100 thousand inhabitants. Nationally, 351 new deaths were recorded within 24 hours, up from 264 seven days ago.