Coronavirus response: Sweden has avoided isolation and economic ruin


A street with less pedestrian traffic than usual following the coronavirus epidemic in Stockholm, Sweden, April 1, 2020. (TT News Agency / Fredrik Sandberg via Reuters)

Unlike other countries, it has so far avoided both isolation and economic ruin.

IF the COVID-19 pandemic ends in a few weeks, months before the alarmists claim it, they will probably pivot immediately and pat themselves on the back for the brilliant social distancing controls they have imposed on the world. They will claim that their heroic recommendations have avoided total calamity. Unfortunately, they will be wrong; and Sweden, which has practically taken no compulsory social distance, will probably prove the opposite to them.


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