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This research investigates the Impact of Health Facilities and low death rate of COVID-19-in Germany compare to other European Countries. Data were collected from various secondary sources COVID-19 data base. According to results German health system with its up to 4 fold higher number regional public hospitals and topic of many political discussions might have been one factor to keep mortality rate -according to the given database- low. However German doctors, without out any medicine like colleges all over the world were as helpless as everywhere.One essential fact according the statements of reputed virologists might be an early discovery of Corona infection by sincere attention, focussed testing and early start of treatment. In Germany with its the easy access to health service in combination with the large number of hospitals might be the reason for the „lower“ death rate. Not to forget the tremendous engagement of highly qualified doctors and nurses who were willing and able to work beyond imagination of a routine work.

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health facilities COVID-19 Germany European German health system

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Dr. Faiz Muhammad Shaikh 2020. Impact of health facilities and low death rate of COVID-19-in Germany compare to other European countries . International Journal on Integrated Education. 3, 6 (Jun. 2020), 68-71. DOI:https://doi.org/10.31149/ijie.v3i6.413.

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