Serhat TUNAR -TDO- In Germany, one of the countries with the least number of casualties in Europe in the Coronavirus outbreak by population, health officials are preparing for the second wave of the outbreak.
Restrictions on fighting the Coronavirus outbreak in Germany are gradually easing, while the health system is being strengthened against the risk of a second wave.
Professor Lars Schaade, vice president of the Robert Koch Institute, said the danger of a second wave in the virus was high, adding: "We have had a good result in the past weeks. But the situation remains serious. The number of new cases could rise again. If we act like it's nothing, the virus will explode again."
Christian Drosten, one of Germany's leading virologists, said this time that the virus could break out in many places at the same time, and warned that the second wave could be even more dangerous than the first.