When an intensivist comes to the doctor, he says: “I fear that our nurses in the emergency department will have to receive ventilation if there is a second wave of corona patients.” Not a joke, but an outline of the plight that primary care is deeply afraid of if the number of hospital patients rises again after the infections. From general practitioner to ambulance provider to specialist: they pray for the absence of a second wave. And for politics that organize better contact tracing.

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