News New York Times: Sweden's Open Strategy Wasn't Good

New York Times: Sweden’s Open Strategy Wasn’t Good


In the face of the coronavirus pandemic, Sweden opted to avoid strict confinement measures in order to save its economy. However, the Scandinavian country has so far registered a significantly greater number of deaths than the countries in its environment, but it has not managed to significantly reduce the economic damage associated with covid-19, holds an article in The New York Times, which calls this result a “red flag” for other nations, such as the United States and the United Kingdom, which are preparing to lift the blockades.

With a total of 5,500 deaths from covid-19, Sweden, with a population of 10 million inhabitants, has recorded 12 times more deaths per million people than Norway, seven times more than Finland, six times more than Denmark and 40% more than the US At the same time, despite letting its economy run smoothly, the Nordic country has suffered damage “almost to the same extent as its neighbors.”


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