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What you need to stock up in case of quarantine on COVID-19

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Germany prepares to attack coronavirus COVID-19 . A list of things and products in the event of an epidemic and 10-day quarantine has been published by the federal department for the protection of civilians and disaster relief.

For one person, the Germans need to have the following supply: 20 liters of drinking water, one and a half kilograms of meat, fish, eggs or egg powder, 3.5 kilograms of cereal, bread, potatoes, pasta and rice.

In addition, for ten days you need a stock of 2.5 kilograms of canned vegetables and nuts, as well as 4 kilograms of dried fruits and canned fruits. It is also recommended that residents of Germany stock up on milk and dairy products at the rate of 2.6 kilograms per 10-day quarantine for everyone, and also acquire 400 grams of vegetable oil or other fats.

The Federal Service for the Protection of Civilians and Disaster Relief also calls for enough cookies, chocolate, honey, sugar, flour, and bouillon cubes.

So far, 22 coronavirus infected COVID-19 have been identified in Germany. A new infection has been reported in North Rhine-Westphalia. Germany is gearing up for an increase in COVID-19, German government spokesman Steffen Seibert said.

At the same time, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Germany has not yet given German citizens recommendations not to visit the north of Italy, where there was an outbreak of coronavirus. France is preparing for the coronavirus epidemic.

The first death in Europe from a disease caused by coronavirus was recorded in France. 10 days ago, an 80-year-old tourist from China died.

The coronavirus epidemic causing pneumonia began in Wuhan, in the center of the PRC. The number of people infected in China has already exceeded 78 thousand people, 2715 people have died, and almost 30 thousand have been cured.

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