These countries are taking no precautionary measures against COVID-19 and are letting their people get sick. Here’s why

Social distancing is more relaxed in Sweden and life in the country seems unchanged despite the global pandemic.

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Many Scandinavian countries like Sweden, Netherlands, and Finland are experimenting with herd immunity to fight the COVID-19.

What is Sweden doing? 

Social distancing is more relaxed in Sweden and life in the country seems unchanged despite the global pandemic.

The Prime Minister of Sweden has urged people not to panic.

Some scientists support the government for not imposing a lock down, but others fear the country is blindly heading towards a cliff edge.

The elderly have been told to avoid social contact crowds of more than 50, but otherwise, people are mostly free to go about their normal lives.

Some scientists are horrified by the risk they believe the authorities are taking and fear that many lives could be lost.

Professor Cecilia Soderberg, a virus researcher at Karolinksa institute, said, “I am a scientist and I do not trust the authorities. I trust the data. I do not see the transparency of data that makes me calm to say that the strategy chosen is the best way forward.”

The authorities are building a field hospital for corona patients, which includes 60 wards.

Sweden is hoping to let the virus spread slowly which is the aim Britain once shared. However, the UK is now trying to shut down completely. There is no way of knowing which policy will save more lives in the end.

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    Yes your decision to allow congragation is the following of Islam witch is used in the sence of dissolving the dissies through congregation in the healthy crowded meeting in the mosque five times a day. You are a scientific nation you must research on it …..

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