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Re: This is what it is like in Germany (21/03/20 18:25:18)
    In Norway TPTB have scaled down on hospital beds, so instead of 85 percent full they are regularly 99 percent full. I don't know about ventilator capacity - time will show. If all elective operations are cancelled, there is some reserve capacity in the wakeup units. That applies to all countries.

    Protecting staff will be essential for the system to keep going.

    Maternity wards are a difficult matter. Women in labour will have to be admitted and helped regardless of their infectious status. The staff there is irreplaceable and must have priority for protective equipment, methinks.

    It is interesting to see how industries are being redirected into manufacturing of medical devices. How quickly can this be done?

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Re: This is what it is like in Germany