"Few cases of coronavirus in Sweden "Our strategy worked" Today the Scandinavian country has one of the lowest rates of infections even though it has never adopted a rigid lockdown. But the dead were more than 5 thousand But what if in the end it turns out that Sweden's strategy to deal with the coronavirus was not so far-fetched and, indeed, is bearing fruit? Stockholm, unlike its Scandinavian neighbors, did not want to launch lockdown measures, relying more on the responsibility of individuals than on prohibitions. And to date it has paid a very high price with a rate of infections and mortality far higher than that of Norway and Denmark having had 84,985 positives and 5,835 deaths. The turning point Today, however, the situation looks different as many states face a resumption of the pandemic, in Stockholm the data are firmly descending . "Sweden has gone from being the country with the most infections in Europe to the safest one - said Dr. Anders Tegnell, the epidemiologist most considered by the government -. Our policy may have been slow to bring results but in the end they arrived and are more stable ». The data According to the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control last week Sweden had 12 cases per million population while Denmark had 18 and Norway 14. Unlike mid-April when there were more than 100 deaths per day. , today there are no more than two or three deaths. On the contrary, on Thursday Copenhagen reached the record of the last 4 months with 179 infected in 24 hours. https://www.corriere.it/esteri/20_s...-94cc-1f80cc642b17.shtml?cmpid=tbd_54f508c2ux "