wow so good job
The Unkle wrote:
Two deaths per day in Sweden the past few months from Covid, a nation of 10 million plus people. Without lockdowns. Spin away as much as you can but it worked.
Sweden had a lockdown too, but not a hard noe. I am comparing Sweden with the neighbors. Is that a spin? BTW, 6 new deaths yesterday, today 8. You just say that the Swedish strategy worked, over and over again. Deaths per million in Europe, population over 1 million: 1)Belgium 883 deaths per million 2) Spain 710 3) UK 633 4) Italy 600 5) Sweden 583 6) France 504 .... 20) Germany 116. And the other Nordic countries 20) Denmark 116 30) Finland 63 31) Norway 51.
They may have slightly more or slightly fewer deaths than other places, but ultimately, who cares? Overall deaths are low everywhere, especially among the non-elderly. Tiny risk vs. tinier risk.
Let people free.