chad bro not chill wrote:
Today more than 3100 registered new infections. Sweden (587 deaths per million) should be compared to the neighbors, more or less half the population. Denmark 1191 (124), Finland 344 (65) and Norway 298 (52). Infections are on the rise in all the Nordic countries. And deaths will follow. But again Sweden is doing worst. But restrictions are imposed, but it might be too little too late.
The big problem in all western countries are lack of patience. The cultur demands quick solutions to nearly every problem. Opening up too soon, US is emblematic, and then try to lockdown again. Sweden, just now, is doing fairly well compared to the worst hit European countries. But for how long time was Adam in Paradise? Whether people live in the Nordic countries or the rest of Europe or USA, it is going to be a hard winter and a winter of discontent.