Merkel Says German Covid Spike ‘Worse Than Anything We’ve Seen’ By Bloomberg

© Bloomberg. BERLIN, GERMANY – NOVEMBER 18: Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel during a press conference after a meeting between German State Premiers and acting Chancellor on the occasion of the current coronavirus situation, at the Chancellery on November 18, 2021 in Berlin, Germany. Germany is dealing with a high number of new coronavirus infections and a high Covid-19 case count. (Photo by Clemens Bilan – Pool/Getty Images)

(Bloomberg) — Chancellor Angela Merkel said the latest surge in Covid-19 infections is worse than anything Germany has experienced so far and called for tighter restrictions to help check the spread.

Merkel told officials from her CDU party Monday that the situation is “highly dramatic” and warned that hospitals would soon be overwhelmed unless the fourth wave of the virus is broken, according to a person familiar with her remarks.

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