With Swiss Hospitals on Verge of Collapse, What's it Like to Be Quarantined in Switzerland?



Podcaster, public speaker, and former Miss America Kirsten Müller-Daubermann (Haglund) is an American now living in Switzerland and she shares her experiences dealing with the Coronavirus from a European country. Switzerland has a high number of cases per capita, with nearly 4,000 cases in a population of just over 8 million and they’re in close physical proximity to Italy, who has been among the hardest hit around the globe. The outbreak has put a great strain on the healthcare system, leaving hospitals worried that if the pace keeps up, they will soon be overwhelmed.

Kirsten explains some differences in how Europeans are reacting, but admitting that one thing has been eerily similar: they’re grabbing up all the toilet paper, too. She also shares how God is working during this time of trouble.

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One thought on “With Swiss Hospitals on Verge of Collapse, What's it Like to Be Quarantined in Switzerland?

  • August 27, 2020 at 8:05 am
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    No, no, no do NOT let the experts take charge… Not these fake-priests of gnostic religion. Listen to them. Yes. But put the future in their hands? At least listen to experts from all areas of society.

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