Despite reports to the contrary, Sweden is paying heavily for its decision not to lockdown. As of today, 2462 people have died there, a much higher number than the neighboring countries of Norway (207), Finland (206) or Denmark (443). The United States made the correct decision!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 30, 2020
Sweden's experiment is quite costly. The death rate per million in Sweden is six times higher than its two, next-door neighbours. That ugly ratio is going to get worse for Sweden. According to the recent daily stats, three people died from the virus in Norway.
Sweden's latest one-day body count? 124.