My friends in Sweden tell me it's not that different from countries with government-imposed lockdown in reality. Hardly anybody goes to a restaurant anymore. So it seems to me, from anecdotal evidence, that effectively the difference to "lockdown countries" is not that big. We'll see how it plays out.
Are people sending their kids to school?
I work in the Swedish ground school system . It`s of course not as many kids as usual in the classes. But many of them that stays at home are sickly notified with easier cold.We send home the kids with the smallest sign of cunning or persistent coughing . This way to not lockdown totally the childrens education can keep on and the parents can go to their jobs as normal. So far it seems to function satisfactory good and as I wrote before our medical infection experts predicts that it should calm down in the month of May and then the schools close in June-July for summer vacations.Even this pandemic storm will moan!