One week.

So short a time, the authorities in Stockholm, that is, before the bed places are at hospitals in the Swedish capital will be fully occupied.

It means that doctors now need to be trained up to care indlæggelsekrævende – and in some cases dying – corona-patients in their own home.

It shows a leaked document, which Aftonbladet has come in possession of.

the Documents are of an indicative forecast for the primærpleje, which is the treatment, where the majority of the care is not carried out in the hospitals.

the Documents are dated the 27. march and reveals that Stockholm is on the way into ‘the next phase of the pandemic’, and that infected persons due to lack of space in the future no longer will be able to refer to the hospitals.

According to the forecast it will no longer be possible for the hospitals in the Swedish town to take up the patients from the 7. april.

This is not a particularly good match with the fact that it is expected that coronavirussen will peak on the 29. april – or with the fact that it is in the documents is assessed that up to 10 percent of all coronapatienter is expected to need hospital care.

According to the documents, the health system will create a new form of home care in patients ‘ own homes, while doctors in the primærpleje quickly to be trained in palliative care, which means care at the end of a patient’s life.

‘Primærpleje should focus on ensuring the highest possible quality, but the reduced quality may be accepted, if it is no longer possible to strive to maintain the quality,’ is there in the documents, according to Aftonbladet.

Christopher Bernsköld, head of the Local Special Health Management (LSSL) in the Stockholm region, writes in an e-mail to the Swedish media that the leaked documents are ‘one of several forecasts made in the last few weeks’.

He writes further that the purpose of the forecasts is to ‘be one step ahead’. Of the training of doctors who need to take care to patients in their last time on earth, he writes the following:

‘the Aim to train doctors in palliative care – with focus on basic care in the home – is to give them increased knowledge on how to relieve the severe symptoms associated with covid-19, but the training can also be beneficial for doctors and nurses, when it comes to other plejeformer.’

It is not news that Stockholm is struggling with a limited number of hospital beds, and there is, therefore, among other things, been built a feltsygehus in the Stockholmsmässan in Älvsjö, which is located in the outskirts of Stockholm, where there are 600 hospital beds – mainly to ‘ordinary patients’, so that coronapatienter may be prioritised at the general hospitals.

And already in the last week showed Anders Tegnell, statsepidemiolog in Sweden, the national institute of health, concern for the hospital staff.

“We go into a tough time, not least for the healthcare professional,” he said at a news conference Thursday, where the number of dead coronapatienter in Sweden stood at 66 persons, while the number of infected was 2.806.

Five days later, that Tuesday, the figures were increased to, respectively, 180 dead – the 124 in Stockholm – and 4.435 infected.

even before the coronakrisen broke out, there was criticism of Stockholm’s departments will, which in January had to close down, because their capacity was exceeded, which meant that patients had to lie in the corridors for up to 15 hours to be attended to by a doctor.

According to Kristina Olsson, which is the Sweden correspondent for Politiken, was due to the criticism that the budget for it thus set the Nya Karolinska was exceeded so greatly, that 1,300 doctors and nurses last year, we received a fyreseddel.

These layoffs have led to under coronakrisen is a lack of personnel to take care of sick patients.

In Sweden, there are kindergartens, primary schools, churches, gyms, hairdressers and much else still open.

the Limit of how many can meet, is lowered from 500 to 50, but it is still possible for people to be social to private get-togethers, or take in a café or similar.

From today, on Wednesday, the Swedish government, however, tighten up slightly, so that, for example, are forbidden to visit the nursing home.

On the way to some of the country’s most vulnerable are better protected.