“A sturdy healthcare system
Germany is in good shape to fight its outbreak because it has a well-developed and comprehensive healthcare system, with both public and private options.
Germany spends $4,714.26 per person each year on healthcare, according to World Bank data from 2016. The figure is higher than most other nations.
Germany has the second-most critical care beds per capita in Europe, according to data from European Health for All. The beds are essential when trying to battle severe cases of the coronavirus.
Germany has 621 beds per 100,000 people. Italy has 275, and Spain 293.”