Germany confirmed 2,828 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, its highest daily caseload since mid-April.

An additional 16 coronavirus-related deaths were also recorded Tuesday. The cumulative total now stands at 306,086 cases with 9,562 deaths, according to the latest data from the country’s public health institute.

PHOTO: A chain carousel is seen in front of the town hall in Frankfurt, Germany, on Oct. 7, 2020.
Michael Probst/APMichael Probst/APA chain carousel is seen in front of the town hall in Frankfurt, Germany, on Oct. 7, 2020. The car…Read MoreA chain carousel is seen in front of the town hall in Frankfurt, Germany, on Oct. 7, 2020. The carousel is part of the “autumn market” which should open on Oct. 8, but the opening will be delayed due to the new restrictions to prevent further spread spread of the novel coronavirus.

The number of daily cases recorded in Germany reached almost 7,000 during the height of the pandemic at the end of March and in early April. Although the figures have fallen significantly since then, Germany’s infections have been on the rise in recent months amid a second wave across Europe.

ABC News

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