1. Covid-19 pandemic: Sweden's very different approach  FRANCE 24 English
  2. Coronavirus: was Sweden’s controversial ‘herd immunity’ strategy right all along?  The National
  3. Why Herd Immunity is a Distraction - CounterPunch.org  CounterPunch
  4. Sweden has just 13 coronavirus patients in intensive care despite avoiding lockdown  Daily Mail
  5. Sweden hits lowest rate of COVID-19 infections since pandemic began  Yahoo News
  6. View Full coverage on Google News
A slowdown in infections suggests the country’s radical approach may have been vindicatedA slowdown in infections suggests the country’s radical approach may have been vindicated

Coronavirus: was Sweden’s controversial ‘herd immunity’ strategy right all along? - The National

There has been a spectrum of actions taken by governments to address near-term prevention of the spread of COVID-19. The extremes have ranged from total lockdowns (e.g., Italy, Belgium and Spain); to legal enforcement of quarantines and contact tracing (e.g., Canada and Germany); to much lighter forms of restriction (e.g., Denmark and Norway); to even more minimal restrictions, but with extensive testing and tracing (e.g., Taiwan and South Korea). There have also been some clearly incompetent policies, notably in the United States, where the country’s public health infrastructure has been eviscerated not just by Trump, but also through decades of adherence to a for-profit health care system in which the bottom line has been prioritized over optimal health outcomes. More

Why Herd Immunity is a Distraction - CounterPunch.org

Stockholm's strategy of 'herd immunity,' once backed by the UK, to allow the disease to spread through the population was criticised as reckless but the data increasingly vindicates the decision.Stockholm's strategy of 'herd immunity,' once backed by the UK, to allow the disease to spread through the population was criticised as reckless but the data increasingly vindicates the decision.

Sweden has just 13 coronavirus patients in intensive care despite avoiding lockdown | Daily Mail Online

The Scandinavian country’s health agency said 1.2% of the 120,000 COVID-19 tests carried out last week came back positive.The Scandinavian country’s health agency said 1.2% of the 120,000 COVID-19 tests carried out last week came back positive.

Sweden hits lowest rate of COVID infections since pandemic began

SWEDEN’S coronavirus policy which favoured “herd immunity” over a national lockdown was justified experts say. The claims come after it emerged only 1.2 per cent of people tested for Covid-19 actua…

Sweden’s coronavirus herd immunity plan ‘vindicated’ as just 1.3% of residents test positive despite no lockdown

The latest Covid-19 data out of Scandinavia has raised new questions about how best to fight a resurgence of the virus.

New Covid Cases Soar in Denmark, Surpassing No-Lockdown Sweden - BNN Bloomberg

On Swedish National Day in June, Australian man David Steadson raised a flag half mast outside his countryside home two hours north of Stockholm.On Swedish National Day in June, Australian man David Steadson raised a flag half mast outside his countryside home two hours north of Stockholm.

Coronavirus Sweden: Aussie health expert in Sweden reveals truth about so-called ‘success story’

NoCookies | The Australian

In the last ten days, Sweden, which did not institute a lockdown on its population, has reportedly averaged one death per day and has a total of 13 patients in intensive care. “Sweden registered its lowest rate of positive coronavirus tests yet even as its testing regime has been expanded to record levels, in what […]In the last ten days, Sweden, which did not institute a lockdown on its population, has reportedly averaged one death per day and has a total of 13 patients in intensive care. “Sweden registered its lowest rate of positive coronavirus tests yet even as its testing regime has been expanded to record levels, in what […]

In Last 10 Days, Sweden Has Averaged 1 Death Per Day From COVID-19 | The Daily Wire

Sweden has registered its lowest rate of positive coronavirus tests yet even after its testing regime was expanded to record levels in what one health official said was a vindication of its relativelySweden has registered its lowest rate of positive coronavirus tests yet even after its testing regime was expanded to record levels in what one health official said was a vindication of its relatively