Unfortunately, following in the footsteps of Italy is something we’re concerned about here in the Netherlands, Tom Gregg. Because we’re so small, our health care system doesn’t have the capacity to handle something like this, excellent though it is.
You make a good point about US geography but what about the commuters? Before coming back to Europe, I lived in the armpit of Puget Sound, in a tiny community of some 14,000 souls, many of whom commute daily to Seattle or Tacoma.
What’s the situation like at your end?