In March 2020, when most of the world went into lockdown, Sweden took a different path; pubs stayed open, kids stayed in school and life carried quite normally. The “Swedish model” was touted by some as an alternative approach to pandemic management. But as the second wave hits, has Sweden’s gamble paid off?
Our foreign affairs correspondent Jonathan Rugman, has been to Sweden to figure out why they decided to go it alone – and why it was always a risky strategy.
Sources: NBC, SVT
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