Sweden’s unorthodox approach to dealing with the well being disaster has made headlines all through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Unlike most European Union members, the Swedes didn’t impose any strict lockdown measures. It remained enterprise as standard in Stockholm and elsewhere, even when circumstances peaked there.
While the relaxed technique is predicted to ease the impression on the economic system, Sweden has the worst loss of life toll by far in Scandinavia.
So what went flawed? And what ought to have been finished in a different way?
Sweden’s minister for well being and social affairs, Lena Hallengren, talks to Al Jazeera.
Source: Al Jazeera