Requisitioning, rationing, and shortages, France had not heard those words since the Second world War. Not enough masks, gel, respiratory aid in hospitals, we can’t protect everyone, we will not be able to save or even attempt to cure all of the world. After Italy, the question of the sorting of patients arrived at a gallop with us. Frédérique Leichter-Flack, senior lecturer in literature at the university of Nanterre and a member of the COMETS, the ethics committee of the CNRS, the author of the essay typing Who will live who will die, released in 2015 (available in numériq…