(GermanPolicy.com) – The number of Covid-19 cases is increasing. This also increases concerns about the clinics being overloaded. The managing director of the German Hospital Society, Gass, warned that, in the next two weeks, another 3,000 Covid-19 patients will have to be treated in intensive care units. This would mean that less urgent treatments would have to be postponed.
The chairman of the World Medical Association, Montgomery, pointed out that although the vaccinated are quite reliably immune to severe courses of Covid-19, the pandemic is currently raging among the unvaccinated. On Thursday, the Robert Koch Institute said that the number of new patients admitted to hospitals with Covid disease per 100,000 inhabitants had already exceeded 3 within a week.