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Germany has sufficient ICU beds, says association

BERLIN, Nov 3 (Reuters) - Germany has a sufficient number of intensive care beds to cope with a surge in coronavirus cases, the head of Germany’s DIVI association for intensive/emergency medicine said on Tuesday, adding coronavirus and non-coronavirus patients could be cared for.

The Vice President of the Robert Koch Institute, Germany’s leading authority on the coronavirus, said the R-value should be at 0.7 or lower for a while for the situation to be under control. (Reporting by Caroline Copley and Michelle Adair Writing by Madeline Chambers Editing by Thomas Seythal)

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