The COVID-19 pandemic has helped identify a number of health problems. Its negative impact often leads to high, sometimes critical, burdens on the health care system. I would consider this in the context of primary care. High anxiety, uncertainty and sometimes fear in society, lead to an increase in visits to primary care physicians. Patients interpret their feelings in different ways and require their evaluation, which creates an additional burden on the doctor. Of course, this has negative consequences, both for the patient, the doctor, and for Health in general.