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

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

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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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