Cases continue to rise throughout Europe as infections return after authorities across the continent eased restrictions over the summer.
Spain is struggling with a fresh outbreak, and has more than 700,000 infections.
But the worst affected country in Europe is Russia, with more than 1.
1 million recorded cases.
On Monday authorities there reported 8,135 new cases in the past 24 hours, compared with 7,867 cases on Sunday.
In total the country has recorded only around 20,000 deaths, but critics say the government is under-reporting the true toll.
Officials in neighbouring Ukraine meanwhile reported that the country had surpassed 200,000 Covid-19 cases on Monday.
In Germany, the Robert Koch Institute said the country had confirmed another 1,192 cases on Monday, compared with 1,411 on Sunday.
Some have blamed returning holidaymakers for a fresh rise in infections.
On Friday, German authorities added neighbouring Czech Republic and Luxembourg to its so-called "red list" of travel destinations, to which officials warn against all but essential travel.
Sometimes entire countries are on the list, as is the case with Spain, but in other cases it is only certain regions of a country.