Saturday, March 27, 2021

Imagine that …

… Sweden Saw Lower Mortality Rate Than Most of Europe in 2020, Despite No Lockdown - Foundation for Economic Education.

Preliminary data from EU statistics agency Eurostat compiled by Reuters showed Sweden had 7.7% more deaths in 2020 than its average for the preceding four years. Countries that opted for several periods of strict lockdowns, such as Spain and Belgium, had so-called excess mortality of 18.1% and 16.2% respectively

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