South Korea is a very interesting country, in that it had the most freely available testing, and the lowest mortality. Therefore I use them to calculate the most likely real number of infected. As I just posted on an other forum:
The actual numbers might have changed meanwhile again.
I think most people in responsibilty just aren't prepared for such an event. But the whole thing is developing so fast, soon every country in Europe - in a matter of the next few days - will do everything needed and possible to keep mortality as low as South Korea.
The good news come from China:
Yes it is really scary how quickly it’s developing and how much it’s affected countries in Europe so quickly, with such a loss on human life.
Edit: you say all of Europe would need to do everything possible within the next few days . I would agree with that except the UK doesn’t really feel the need to do that, as they have a different policy from everyone else, that of “herd immunity”.
Edit: gosh. Spain in lockdown