Germany registered on Sunday for the first time more fully recovered coronavirus patients than people still infected with the virus, according to the country’s disease control agency.

The Robert Koch Institute reported 60,200 recoveries as of Sunday, compared to 57,606 current COVID-19 infections, raising hope that the country’s measures to fight coronavirus outbreak were bearing fruit.

The institute recorded a total of 120,479 coronavirus cases so far, including those who recovered, outstanding infections and those who died from the virus.

The country’s death toll reached 2,673, with 129 new deaths reported by the local health authorities as of Sunday morning.

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