The worst moment of the pandemic is living. The data are again homogeneous in their drama, from the United Kingdom to South Africa or from France to Russia, without forgetting the intimate country. And if the hardest thing is called an omicron, it is yet to come. The epidemiological situation is less surprising than its chaotic political approach. The sixth wave plunges the planet into a phenomenal bewilderment, as if he had learned nothing from the experience of previous attacks.