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This is what it is like in Germany (21/03/20 04:34:21)
    Germany normally has about 28k intensive care beds with ventilators. Usually, 6k are available.

    The pandemic wave and its demands rolling for a while, all available organisations, inter alia hospitals, Technische Hilfswerk (THW, a federally organized disaster control and civil protection organisation) and the Bundeswehr (the military), have had enough time to prepare for the onset.

    As long as the combined capacity of all those organisations lasts and can - somehow - cope with the onset of sick people in need of medical help - everything will work out, somehow.

    The thing is: How high will the tide be. How long will it last?

    From all I know and read: Germany seems equipped better than most of the neighboring Western-European countries to fight what lies ahead. I don't know about Norway, Sweden or Finland, though. They might be even better off.

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This is what it is like in Germany