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Real, unedited footage of life in Sweden during the Coronavirus pandemic. Footage shot in Sweden's second largest city, Gothenburg. The city has a population of 1 million and a population density of 3,300 per square mile. Life has remained almost normal, but there are certain safety measures in place meant to stop the spread of COVID-19.
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THE TRUTH ABOUT CORONAVIRUS IN SWEDEN! (from an American living in Sweden)

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An American living in Sweden discusses the Swedish experiment around the Coronavirus pandemic with his Swedish girlfriend. Unlike most other countries, Sweden not enforcing a strict quarantine to combat COVID-19, instead, Swedish health authorities are setting guidelines for social distancing. Are most Swedes respecting the guidelines? Is Donald Trump right about what he said regarding Sweden's response to Corona? Is it a failure.

In this video we talk about the pros and cons of how Sweden is handling the Coronavirus outbreak.

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COVID-19 Insights: Sweden - Is No Lockdown Working?

Sweden - Is No Lockdown Working?

“The authorities and the government stupidly did not believe that the epidemic would reach Sweden at all,” Bo Lundback, professor of epidemiology at the University of Gothenburg, told the outlet.

An interview with a Swedish reporter.

Although the longer-term impact is obviously unknown, Sweden’s strategy is not expected to preserve the country’s economy this year any more than those of countries imposing stricter lockdowns: Magdalena Andersson, the finance minister, said on Wednesday GDP could shrink by 10% this year and unemployment rise to 13.5%.

Tegnell rejected the criticism and disputed the figures on which it was based. He previously said Sweden and its neighbours were on “different places on the curve”, and that Sweden had “unfortunately had a large spread of contagion in care homes for the elderly, something you have not seen in the other Nordic countries”.

The chief epidemiologist has repeatedly stressed that the world is in uncharted territory with the coronavirus, arguing that while Sweden might have more infections in the short term, it will not face the risk of a huge infection increase that many other countries might face once their strict lockdowns are lifted.

Swedish Immunologist Weighs In on Her Country’s COVID-19 Strategy

As the world went into lockdown to battle COVID-19, Sweden imposed only minor restrictions and allowed businesses to remain open.

“Extra’s” Billy Bush and Dr. Armand Dorian spoke with Cecilia Söderberg-Nauclér, a Swedish immunologist and professor, via video chat to get her take on the plan. She made it clear that she does not agree with this “risky strategy that no one has tested.” Watch!

So far, more than 2,500 have died from the coronavirus in Sweden. Neighboring countries Norway and Finland, which have imposed greater restrictions, have reported about 200 deaths each.

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Sweden's controversial COVID-19 approach like 'playing chess against death' | 60 Minutes Australia

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In Sweden they’ve taken a different tack to the rest of the developed world in tackling the nightmare of coronavirus. The streets are busy. Businesses are operating. Restaurants and bars are open. And primary school kids still go to classes. It’s a high stakes move toward herd immunity … to slowly spread the virus through the healthy population. But the country’s death rate per capita is already higher than that of the US. If it all backfires, the cost in lives could be immense.

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집단면역 방식 선택한 스웨덴... 교민이 전하는 현지 분위기

While many countries around the world have adopted severe movement restrictions and have even closed down borders completely to curb the spread of COVID-19, Sweden is in the spotlight for its unique stance of taking the herd immunity approach to prevention. A Korean student living in Sweden gives his first-hand account of the situation there from his residence in Stockholm.

많은 국가들이 코비드19 확산을 막기 위해 이동제한, 국경봉쇄를 하고있는 반면 스웨덴은 강경책 대신 '집단면역(herd immunity)’ 방식을 선택해 주목을 받았다. 스웨덴 현지 교민이 직접 스톡홀름의 분위기와 시민들의 반응을 전한다.

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Distance learning for international students in Sweden during COVID-19

Hey Guys! Reuben here! So COVID-19 has hit hard on all of us in many aspects of our lives, but life must go on, and so is the university life here in Sweden. Join me as I talk about my experiences in our transition from physical meetings to distance learning. I will also walk you through some bits of tips on how to be productive during distance learning and a little update on COVID-19 here in Sweden.

1. 0:16 The Swedish Approach
2. 0:45 Distance Learning
3. 2:22 Life lesson on pandemic
4. 2:52 COVID-19 Update

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Coronavirus deaths in Sweden pass 1,000: health agency | AFP

Sweden's State epidemiologist, Anders Tegnell, says that more than 1,000 people have now had died from the novel coronavirus, while the number of confirmed cases passes 11,000. Sweden's Public Health Agency said it had recorded a total of 11,445 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 1,033 deaths. It cautioned that the true number of deaths might be higher as not all deaths had yet been reported over the four-day Easter weekend. SOUNDBITE from Anders Tegnell, State epidemiologist, Sweden's public health authority.

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Where is Sweden headed if it does not commit to strong measures to prevent the spread of the Corona virus within its population?

This video mathematically models the spread of this virus based on published data that is freely available in the public domain. It compares the progress of the spread of the virus in Sweden with its spread in Australia. The difference in outcomes between the two lies in the two different approaches taken by each of these two countries.

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Sweden: Daily life continues in Stockholm amid mild coronavirus measures

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Sweden's handling of the coronavirus pandemic stands as an exception in Europe, as the country enforced comparatively milder preventive measures. Footage filmed in the capital Stockholm on Tuesday and Wednesday shows that daily life continues, although some streets seemed slightly emptier than usual.

On Sunday, gatherings of more than 50 were banned, down from 500 previously. However, shops, restaurants and bars are still open, as well as primary schools. High schools and universities on the other hand have shut down.

Only people who are in at-risk groups or sick were asked to self-isolate.

Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven urged the population to follow health guidelines, but no strict social distancing measures were imposed.

There are currently over 4,400 reported cases of coronavirus in the country, and 180 deaths.

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Architect of Sweden coronavirus response immortalised in tattoo

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A tattoo artist from Stockholm is doing tattoos depicting the so-called 'father' of the Swedish coronavirus response, state epidemiologist Dr Anders Tegnell, as seen in footage from Monday.

Tattoo artist Zashay Tastas says that his design is a tribute to the Swedish response to the coronavirus outbreak. I don't believe in the police state fascism thing with like 'you can't go outside, you can't be with your family,' Tastas said.

When I'm older, like the risk groups are now, I can look down on my arm and I can most likely look back on this harsh time with a laughter on my face. Because we really have to remember to laugh in hard situations, and not just feel fear and hatred, said Stockholm resident Gustav Lloyd Agerblad, the first customer to get the Tegnell tattoo.

Sweden has taken a more relaxed approach to the novel coronavirus, never going into a full lockdown like some of its neighbouring countries. Tegnell is Sweden's state epidemiologist and he convinced the Scandinavian country to keep cities, schools, hairdressers and restaurants open and allow gatherings of up to 50 people. Tegnell also insisted that borders should remain open.

Sweden has 18,926 cases of COVID-19 and 2,274 people have died with the disease as of Monday evening, according to Johns Hopkins University.

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Coronavirus: Why is Sweden avoiding a lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic? | 5 News

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► While the rest of the world has enforced strict social distancing measures to combat the spread of coronavirus, Sweden has remained relaxed on its approach.

The country has still allowed residents to go to cafes, restaurants, pubs, and bars - and has kept its school open as planned for children up to 9th Grade (15 years old). It has however closed its cinemas and theatres.

Anthropologist Lotta Björklund Larsen says that people are hesitant with their approach to going out in public. She says those living in Sweden are maintaining distancing practice among themselves, but otherwise can continue with their daily lives.

Society is being self-regulated by keeping their distance and washing their hands, police officers have not got involved nor are they expected to.

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Is Sweden's Approach to COVID-19 Working? Is BoJo Adapting in UK? | Europe In :60 | GZERO Media

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, provides his perspective:

Is the Swedish approach to fighting the virus working?

Well, that remains to be seen. It's been somewhat less of a lockdown of society. But if you compare with other Nordic countries, we have roughly twice as many deaths of people as we have the other Nordic countries taken together. So, to put it mildly, the jury's still out on that.

Is Boris Johnson adopting the approach or changing the approach of the United Kingdom, as the deaths continue to rise?

The answer to that, I don't know. But I think it is both important for countries to have a certain consistency in their policies, to stay the course, so to say, but then be open to the lessons that everyone is learning. We are in a situation that no one has been faced before. No one has the absolutely correct answer. We need to learn from the relative successes and the relative failures of some.

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COVID Symptom Tracker app launched in Sweden

Researchers at Lund University in Sweden have launched a free app to help map the spread of symptomatic COVID-19 in Sweden and increase knowledge of the coronavirus. It takes approximately one minute per day to answer simple questions about your health, but it could contribute to a reduction in the spread of COVID-19.

The aim of the app is to find out:
- which parts of Sweden have a high risk of infection
- which behavioural factors raise a person’s risk of adverse outcomes and how underlying health conditions affect risk
- how quickly the virus is spreading in different parts of Sweden

The app is used in the UK, the US and will be launched soon in India. It was originally developed by physicians and researchers at King’s College in London and Guys and St Thomas’ Hospitals together with developers at the health science company ZOE Global Ltd.

The app can be downloaded via App Store or Google Play.
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Sweden on Wednesday hit back at U.S. President Donald Trump's criticism of the Swedish approach to fighting the spread of the coronavirus, saying he was wrong to claim authorities there were trying to achieve 'herd immunity.'


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From Russia, where mobile phone apps track citizens to ensure compliance with lockdown, to Sweden, which never confined and opted instead for herd immunity, François Picard's panel of journalists assess the situation in their country and discuss how the entertainment industry is adapting to the new normal, between the Rolling Stones' eerie new single and budding Zoom-made TV formats. 

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