This 13 May 2020 video says about itself:
What will the coronavirus second wave look like? | COVID-19 Special
There is a precedent for multiple peaks in a pandemic. The second wave of the 1918 Spanish flu was more deadly than the first. With coronavirus, could the worst be yet to come?
Translated from Dutch NOS radio today:
In Suriname, the number of diagnosed coronavirus infections has risen to 23. That was announced last night at a press conference. Last night there were still fifteen.
Ten of the 23 patients have recovered and one died. Five patients are on intensive care.
Correspondent Nina Jurna calls it shocking figures. “Suriname was almost coronavirus-free for a few weeks, but at the press conference it was said that there are probably more cases.” That’s bad news for the country, as it doesn’t have the resources to deal with a major outbreak. “There are only about thirty ventilators and not enough healthcare personnel.”