The latest data from the German disease and epidemic control center, Robert Koch Institute (RKI), showed that the number of confirmed coronavirus cases rose to 177,212, with a total of 8,174 deaths reported on Friday.
Cases increased by 460 in Germany on Friday versus Thursday’s +745. The death toll rose by 27, the tally showed.
The institute estimates the virus reproduction rate (R-value) stays below the 1.0 key level, estimated at 0.89 as of Thursday.
The total estimate of about 159,000 persons has recovered as of the latest update.
EUR/USD looks to test 1.0900
EUR/USD meanders near daily lows of 1.0926, as the US dollar remains broadly bid amid escalating US-China tensions.
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