Since the beginning of the pandemic, Sweden has been a bit of an outlier. Instead of fully locking down the country decided to leave most things open, only slightly changing life for its citizens. The hope was that this approach would be more successful than a full lockdown. Six months later we take a look at what happened and discuss whether the strategy has been successful.
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