Cities and states across Germany are treating critically ill patients from Italy and France, making their own intensive care beds available for Italian and French citizens.
Cases from Italy are offered treatment in Saxony, Brandenburg, Berlin, Bavaria, Hessen, North Rhine-Westphalia and Lower Saxony.
The German Foreign Ministry confirmed a total of 73 intensive care beds for Italian patients.
Examples: In the city of Leipzig two patients from Bergamo, northern Italy, have arrived. Hessen is taking 10 patients from its partner region Emilia-Romagna.
Intensive care patients from France are being treated in the states of North Rhine-Westphalia, Rhineland- Palatinate, Hessen and Saarland.
Seven French intensive care patients from Mulhouse, France, have been airlifted and are being treated in Luxembourg.
500 mobile medical units co-financed by the EU will soon be operational and be able to test citizens at their homes.
South Tyrol (Italy) has provided personal protective equipment to Tyrol (Austria), whereas Tyrol is providing hospital beds for patients from South Tyrol.