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The Unkle wrote:
The last three months in Sweden 222 deaths. And it is quite right. Gone in the right direction. The other Nordic countries, more or less half the population, And approx the same social structure. Norway 24 deaths in the same periode, 277 deaths all together- Sweden 5899. Denmark - 59 -669, Finland 18- 346. And Norway, it might be counterintuitive to some people, has not suffered more economically. Actually better when it comes to employment. And now the infection rate is much higher in Sweden. The Swedish experiment has failed dramatically in the nordic context.
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.
If they had just killed everyone over 70 in January they wouldn’t be having hardly any COVID deaths now. That would have been a real success!