Going into a second year of this, it could even be tougher given the transmission dynamics and some of the issues that we’re. Seeing so we need to, you know, really focus on taking the positives. Looking at what’s worked uh in every country and then transferring that knowledge to others, and it doesn’t matter.
If things have worked in communication, things have not worked. Things have worked in governance, they’ve, not worked. Things have worked in science, they’ve, not worked. We’ve got to find the best possible combination of all that learning across all of our member states, including the United States, with the holidays uh over the last several weeks.
In some countries, the situation will get a lot worse before it gets better, and I think those countries know who they are, and I think those countries are putting systems in place to be able to make sure that they can treat patients because more cases means more Individuals who will need hospitalization, who will need clinical care who will need ICU beds and unfortunately, despite great efforts and our ability to provide oxygen and dexamethasone and others people will die.
So we have to do what we can to prevent as many infections as we can