Ralph Brinkhaus: I share the view that we have to cut the numbers sharply and then differentiate regionally. But I have doubts that we can push them down to values close to zero across the board. We will probably have to live with the virus for a long time.
WORLD ON SUNDAY: You explained that we should orientate ourselves on an incidence value of five. Before, the orientation value was 50, then 35. Does it increase credibility if a new value suddenly becomes the measure of all things?