“In Sweden, daily corona deaths are now close to zero. The overall mortality rate is in the range of earlier strong flu waves. Even the monthly peak mortality (in April 2020) remained below the strong flu waves of the 1990s.” https://swprs.org/facts-about-covid-19/
“So the graph shows the cumulative deaths in Sweden since March 11?” says reader Penelope. (She’s referring to the graph here.)
“I admit to a preference for graphs showing the daily deaths, as it shows nearly zero.”
“This site contains a graph comparing deaths per million in New York State and Sweden:
New York State 1670 deaths per million, Sweden 540.”
“45% of US corona deaths occurred in nursing homes,” says Penelope. “Over 50% occurred in the six states that actively placed Covid patients in nursing homes.”
Did you get that?
A locked down state with triple the number of deaths as an entire country that did not lock down!
New York State, 1670 deaths per million, Sweden 540.
Can anyone tell me what good the lockdown is doing?