An unvarnished and direct tone but hardly effective in the current situation, Vootele Päi, consultant for communication group Corpore, said. This kind of “twitching” suggests that those in charge of crisis management are panicking and on the verge losing control and a sense for reality. “The prime minister’s messages will
Head of the Intensive Care Center of the North Estonia Medical Center (PERH) Kristo Erikson says that Estonia should impose a lockdown as the country is on course for a situation where hospitals will no longer be able to help everyone in need. How serious is the situation in hospitals
Sweden’s novel approach to tackling the coronavirus pandemic has drawn both praise and fierce criticism, not just inside the Scandinavian country, but across the Western world. The country has so far resisted going into lockdown, unlike the rest of Europe, even during the peak of its second wave over Christmas.