Good morning all,
To start this second week of confinement, here is Franz Kafka’s advice: “You don’t have to go out of your house. Sit at your table and listen. Don’t even listen, just wait. Don’t even wait, be completely silent and alone. The world will come to offer itself to you and throw away its mask, it cannot do otherwise, ecstatic, it will twist in front of you. “
Do not forget to read this analysis by Mathieu Bock-Côté, for whom “The present crisis has already thrown to the ground the last illusions of happy globalization”.
Ronan Planchon, journalist at Figaro
Hospitals in the face of the surge
The epidemic peak is feared in hospitals. In Île-de-France, where the bulk of the wave is expected midweek, emergency services are already just in time. Count ten patients arriving in serious condition per night, against two usually. At the time of writing, 665 people are in service