While the Coronavirus outbreaks bite back and slam Spain, France and Italy.  Countries that have been notoriously promoted by the media for its draconian lockdowns and destruction of their respective economies and life itself, are now experiencing record setting “positive Covid19” test results circa September 2020.  How is this possible?  Has the virus not listened to the Democrats in the mainstream media?  Isn’t this really a racist virus only attacking folks in the inner city?  Is the success in Sweden just proof that the racist Coronavirus does avoid white males and groups of nasty Karens?

Here are the facts about the Swedish Coronavirus Results:

FACT – Sweden – whose light-touch approach has made it an international outlier – has recorded the fewest daily cases since the virus emerged. While in stark contrast many European countries are seeing their infection rates surge to levels not seen since the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic.

FACT – Data from the Swedish national health agency showed only 1.2% of its 120,000 tests last week came back positive.

FACT – Sweden’s rolling seven-day average of new cases at 108 as of September 15th, its lowest level since March 13th.

FACT – According to the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control, Sweden’s 14-day cumulative total of new cases is currently 22.2 per 100,000 inhabitants, against 279 in Spain, 158.5 in France, 118 in the Czech Republic, 77 in Belgium and 59 in the UK, all of which imposed draconian lockdowns this spring.

FACT – Sweden also now has fewer new daily infections than Norway and Denmark, its Nordic neighbours. Just 13 Covid-19 patients are in intensive care in Swedish hospitals, and its seven-day average of coronavirus-related deaths is zero.

“We don’t have the resurgence of the disease that many countries have,” Anders Tegnell, the country’s chief epidemiologist and architect of its no-lockdown strategy, told broadcaster France-24 in an interview, adding that the country was broadly happy with its overall strategy.

“In the end, we will see how much difference it will make to have a strategy that’s more sustainable, that you can keep in place for a long time, instead of the strategy that means that you lock down, open up and lock down over and over again.”

Unlike many countries, Sweden closed schools for the over-16s but kept those for younger pupils open, insisting on full attendance.  In fact, schools and universities are now open again.

It also banned gatherings of more than 50 people and told people over 70 and in at-risk groups to self-isolate.  Imagine a concept in which individuals who are at-risk understand their responsibility to protect themselves!

Otherwise, the population of 10 million was asked, rather than ordered, to respect physical distancing and work from home if possible, which it largely did. Shops, bars, restaurants and gyms stayed open and masks have not so far been recommended.

Tegnell has insisted the aim was not to achieve rapid herd immunity but to slow the spread of the coronavirus enough for health services to be able to cope. He has also, however, consistently said Sweden’s strategy may prove more sustainable long-term.

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