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Sweden: No lockdown, no mandatory measures

The Swedes themselves have great confidence in the government on this point. People generally follow non-mandatory instructions.

While most countries shut down their economy to “fight the coronavirus”, Sweden has left the country open.

Sweden has always had its borders wide open and the major cities are mainly in the hands of criminal immigrants, but in this case the country thinks this is better for the economy and better for health.

In Sweden there is NO mandatory lockdown and NO obligations are imposed on citizens. Sweden is said to have more Corona deaths than its neighbors but those numbers are hard to trust as many have not been tested.

But to map the “official figures”:

Sweden has 10.23 million inhabitants. 1.333 people died from Corona. More than 90% had an underlying condition and the average age is around 80.

0.01% of the population has died from Corona, of which more than 90% had an underlying condition. Around 50.000 “contaminated” have not been tested. Per 1 million inhabitants, considerably fewer people die from “corona” in Sweden than in the Netherlands.

Schools are open as usual. The economy is continuing and the catering and discos are just open. (source)

There is not even a single obligation to keep a distance from one another. Some instructions were given to the citizens and it didn't stop there.

What is seen in Sweden is that people generally try to act responsibly and give citizens confidence. (source)

The Swedes themselves have great confidence in the government on this point. People generally follow non-mandatory instructions. You see that it is calmer because of the responsibility that citizens themselves take and where one can try to work from home. (source)

These are the guidelines drawn up by Sweden. Without criminalizing anything:

"The guidelines are not considered optional, however unlike in many other countries there will be no official punishment or sanction for individuals who do not follow them."

https://www.thelocal.se/20200401/what-you-need-to-know-about-swedens-new-social-distancing-guidelines

 

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