Germany registered more than 100,000 cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, the fourth highest in the world after the United States, Spain and Italy.
Footage from Berlin on Monday shows people arriving and leaving the Charite Virchow Clinic, which tests and treats patients infected by the coronavirus.
Germany has 100,132 registered cases of COVID-19 and 1,584 deaths as of Monday, according to Johns Hopkins University.
On March 22, German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced coronavirus restrictions including a ban on social gatherings of more than two people. The measures which apply to all German states also include the closure of non-essential businesses as well as forcing restaurants to offer only takeaway orders for at least two weeks.