Sweden now has the lowest Covid-19 death rate in Europe

And it never locked down.
19 Oct 2020 – Swedish health chief Olivia Wigzell explained that her country didn’t impose the kind of draconian lockdowns seen in other European countries in order to prevent the public from developing “pandemic fatigue.”

From the very beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Sweden chose to go for herd immunity by refusing to impose a hard lockdown. Bars, restaurants, gyms, workplaces and schools remained open. Vulnerable people were told to shield while mandatory mask rules were avoided.

Despite the mainstream media predicting that this would lead to massive fatalities, Sweden has recorded under 6,000 coronavirus deaths and now has the lowest death rate in Europe.

The Scandinavian country’s GDP fared better than the rest of Europe and now large segments of the population have developed herd immunity, reducing the impact of any potential “second wave.”

A young woman posted a video of herself boarding a train in Stockholm showing minimal social distancing and hardly anyone wearing masks.

See video:
https://www.blacklistednews.com/article/78244/no-lockdown-sweden-now-has-the-lowest-coronavirus-death-rate-in.html

Thanks to Stephen Bird for this link


6 thoughts on “Sweden now has the lowest Covid-19 death rate in Europe”

  1. have they got borders being checked?
    because the so called herd immunity is only going to be shortlived just like the usual coronas it appear ie maybe 3 to 6 mths at very best
    and germany belgium spain italy france are soaring again

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    • Three quarters of deaths were in old peoples homes in Sweden. Average age of deaths 86 years old. Whoever was going to die has died. This has happened across the world . In the UK flu and pneumonia has been killing more than covid since June. It is only a fraudulent PCR test illustrating a large number of cases but the number of deaths are small. Same across Europe.

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  2. What is soaring is the imagination that we all will die when doing nothing, henceforwards, wear maks stay away from fellow humans at great distance.

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  3. Newer indications seen during the past week or 2 hint that the virus is some sort of plandemic linked in to the need to meet carbon targets. We have seen most of the world’s Boeing 747’s get taken to the Boneyard in Arizona, then broken up for scrap. The bullet trains will get the same fate unless we learn to power them on solar and wind technology. I expect cars to also get replaced by horses. Means the streets will get messy and smelly but lets hope horses produce less methane than cows LOL. Then what about elephants on the African Savannah? Do they produce methane? And if so how much? Probably a lot. Yes, hunt elephant not for the ivory but to save the planet hence ecosystem.
    I only hope the insane leftist ideas being promoted right now are not taken literally. After all, you need a reliable power supply to work the internet, the financial system and the flow of information designed to keep us ignorant, fearful of the future and desperate for Government to do something, in the false belief that only when the Government does something (usually means invade a country with oil LOL) then and only then can we be happy.
    Understand that I am not at my best and it has nothing to do with Monday Morning LOL.

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