The hospital docuseries that dropped June 10 will release a ninth episode on June 24 that follows its doctors as they deal with the coronavirus pandemic. Filmmakers and life partners Ruthie Shatz and Adi Barash finished filming last November and turned in all eight episodes to Netflix in February. But the pandemic prompted them to return to filming. “Adi felt that if something really big was happening, something biblical or historical, we had to be with our doctors,” Shatz tells Vulture. “At that point, we didn’t talk to anyone about it, but we called the hospital and we told them we felt it was an important moment and they all agreed with us. They granted us access very quickly because they knew what our ethics are and that we would be very respectful in this very tense time.” Barash decided to film alone for 33 days because of the coronavirus restrictions. “It was like a huge, silent, invisible tsunami coming,” Barash said. “Not knowing what to expect, I had to conduct myself precisely. The first few days were horrifying because you just didn’t know what to do. You thought it was in the air. You thought it was in the droplets. You didn’t want to touch anything. You didn’t touch elevators. You were constantly putting on Purell or disinfecting and changing clothes. You did what everybody else was doing, but times ten.” ALSO: Watch a clip of the coronavirus episode.