Hospital admissions in Geneva rising
The number of coronavirus patients in Geneva is climbing, and the head of intensive care at the university hospital is worried and believes another lockdown is needed.
Jérome Pugin is also warning his team is small and tired.
He says there are seven patients in intensive care and another five in acute care at the moment – and admittances are climbing.
He says his staff feel a little less supported than during the first wave – and the disruption to social lives also affects them.
But he does say they’ve learnt a lot since the spring and have a better idea on drug treatments.