Germany Mourns 80,000 Covid-19 Victim in National Service
Germany has held a national memorial day on Sunday as part of remembering the 80,000 victims who lost their lives to the Covid-19 pandemic in the country.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier had attended a morning Mass in the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, which is a Berlin landmark dedicated to peace and reconciliation. The number of guests to this has been limited due to the coronavirus.
The national mourning day had come as Germany battles the third wave of coronavirus, with newly recorded cases and deaths on the rise. Its death toll stood at 79,914 on Sunday, with an increase of 67 over the previous day.
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