Berlin: Germany declares Coronavirus 'biggest test' for EU countries
It should be noted that Germany's statement came at a time when the US also described the virus-causing situation as the toughest week in history.
On the other hand, France warned that it was suffering from the most dangerous crisis since World War II.
In this regard, German Chancellor Angela Merkel called on European countries to unite to save the region from the disease.
Japan announces a $ 10 trillion relief package in the wake of the emergency, and after more than 10,000 deaths from the virus in the United States, the virus outbreak is described as a greater threat than 9/11 or Pearl Harbor.
It should be noted that more than 70,000 people are killed worldwide now, of which 50,000 are from Europe alone.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, however, called for unity and unity in order to get out of the crisis.
Addressing the eurozone finance ministers' conference, he warned that the EU was, in my view, going through the worst of its history.
"Everyone is as impressed as everyone else and so it is in the interest of all of Europe, including Germany, to compete with this test," he said.
It is understood that Italy, France, and Spain have requested joint facilities for loans from Germany, Austria, and the Netherlands to reduce the economic impact of the virus.
But leaders in the richest northern countries have opposed Germany and the Netherlands for fear that their taxpayers will not support the bill.
According to Europe's Frontline Health Response, some countries have reported a decrease in the number of infections and deaths, raising hopes of a worse outing.
Norway said the epidemic was under control and Austria began thinking about reducing its lockdown.
But after more than 400 new casualties were reported on Monday, the number of deaths in the UK exceeded 5,000.
In London, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is under the care of the hospital but expressed 'good feelings' after he was admitted to the hospital on Sunday for a test.