- Nov 10, 2011
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Germany has a remarkably low coronavirus death rate — thanks largely to mass testing, but also culture, luck, and an impressive healthcare system
Germany's death rate is around 0.74%, after around 53,000 confirmed infections. In Spain and Italy the rate is more than 10 times higher. Here's why.
Their healthcare system is clearly superior and the government response to the threat was swift and effective. I suppose if he didn’t have a dumb toddler as president, maybe we could have come close.