Very interesting article:
Sweden goes it alone and stays open for business
While most European countries go into lockdown,
Sweden has allowed restaurants, bars and schools to stay open.
OPINION: Now and again, my wife asks if it's worth getting Swedish passports for our children. She has never got around to seeking British citizenship and I try to tell her that she'd better get her skates on before Home Secretary Priti Patel comes around asking for her papers. But the kids: how would a Swedish passport possibly benefit them? We run through what might go wrong for a country and, in every eventuality, Britain always seems the better bet. But now Swedes have a fresh argument: that their country might be the only one in Europe to come out of the coronavirus crisis with the economy semi-intact. ..............READ MORE
Scientist leading Sweden’s battle against coronavirus says Britain's lockdown has gone too far as his country allows bars, restaurants and schools to remain open
Auf Deutsch, von TAZ:
Schwedens Staatsepidemiologe Tegnell:
Anders macht es anders
The above is a interesting article in German - you might want to use Google Translate.
Only time will tell which approach will be the best.
Or if Sweden will eventually have to change course.
The Fall Numbers for Sweden at the time of this post:
Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University (JHU)