EUROPE: Alongside the virus, institutional capacity issues resurface

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Medical capacities The first and most immediate variant is the question of medical capacity. In a special briefing one day prior to the government’s statement, the UK’s chief scientific and medical officers had warned that 50,000 daily cases were possible within the coming weeks if the current increase in new infections could not be slowed down. This, in turn, has led to renewed concerns about hospitals experiencing capacity issues. This question has returned to the forefront across Europe, from first fears of regional hospital bed shortages in Austria to calls for better coordin
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