Sweden Update

COVID 19 deaths in Sweden continue their downwards trend towards zero, and are about 95% lower than model forecasts.

Reported Covid-19 deaths in Sweden | Swedish Covid-19 statistics

The same people who over predicted deaths in Sweden by  2000% now claim they have “the highest death rate in the world.” But death rates in Sweden are lower than San Marino, Belgium, Andorra, UK, Spain, Italy, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Washington DC, Louisiana, Michigan, Illinois, Pennsylvania and Maryland.

Reported Covid-19 deaths in Sweden | Swedish Covid-19 statistics

Schools and universities are open in Sweden, they never shut down their bars or restaurants, and didn’t violate human rights. Propagandists can’t stand this, so they continue to lie about Sweden’s success.

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16 Responses to Sweden Update

  1. Jimmy Haigh says:

    I know people who are willing Sweden to fail even now.

  2. Matthew says:

    They conflate death rates and positive test rates. They don’t recognize that more positive tests with fewer deaths is a good thing. It means that the virus is less deadly than we thought.

  3. Brian James says:

    Jun 20, 2020 State to Take Custody of Children if Parents are Quarantined

    Minnesota are asking parents to fill out forms to enable the state to take custody of their children if the parents are quarantined or die due to CoVID.

    https://youtu.be/OblCLW3xjxk

  4. I am grateful for your truthful information Tony- about the Covid-19 and climate change.
    For additional truth and knowledge I just viewed Zach Bush, MD interviewed by Sasha Stone. Another sane, enlightening voice guiding humanity:

    Five Questions with Zach Bush and Sacha Stone. June 20, 2020 by Suzanne Maresca. June 16, 2020. Here’s a fascinating discussion around what viruses are, and the relationship between them and Humanity.

    54 minutes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kUMqEfxcUWU

    Zach Bush, MD, and intelligent and enlightened human explains Corona virus, the current chaos, pollution and toxicity, and the natural solution which is happening now!

  5. KevinPaul says:

    If you die in Sweden with CV-19 antibodies you are counted even though the virus may not have actually contributed to your death.
    In the UK and US there are many reports of systemic failure with deaths being routinely counted when they weren’t even tested.
    Natural attrition is being blamed on CV-19 to boost the numbers and justify the draconian overreaction and collateral damage.
    97% of statistics are numerals.

  6. Phil Gz says:

    The Swedish constitution does not allow the government to impose a lockdown. The government gives the best known advise to the population and trust them to follow the advise. My youngest son and his family live in Stockholm. People social distant from each other as advised by the government. Most shops are still open following government advise about S/D’ing. No gatherings of more than 50 people.

  7. Mike says:

    Sweden has been savaged by the leftist media. First, they dumped socialism (sorry, Bernie Bros!) and then they rained on the “one world government” movement by going their own way on COVID 19. They must be made to pay !!!

    • John Francis says:

      It is refreshing to hear that Swedes recognized Marxism as the evil it truly is.
      Hopefully they also recognize the spiritual nature of present battle.

  8. Phil. says:

    Schools and universities are open in Sweden

    Really, it’s my understanding that all high schools and universities in Sweden closed in early March.

    • tonyheller says:

      Climate alarmists are generally unable to do research.

      “Sweden will reopen universities and upper secondary schools from mid-June, Prime Minister Stefan Löfven told a press conference on Friday.”

      https://www.thelocal.se/20200529/is-sweden-about-to-reopen-its-universities-and-schools-for-over-16s

      • Phil. says:

        Perhaps you should have continued reading the article you linked to?
        If you’d done so you would have noticed that the schools for over 16s close their spring term in early June.
        “Most students in upper secondary education (gymnasieskolan) will soon leave for their summer break, so the new recommendation will mostly have an impact on the autumn semester. But it does mean that summer schools may be able to open their door to students this summer.

        Some kind of distance teaching may still be needed for adult education if the institutions are unable to maintain other coronavirus rules and guidelines, which remain in force, emphasised the ministers.”
        Similarly for the universities, for example Chalmers spring term ended on June 7th.

        Also:
        “Universities, university students and other adult education are still expected to follow Sweden’s other coronavirus restrictions and recommendations, for example avoiding non-essential travel, not organising public gatherings of more than 50 people, and observing social distancing.

        “This could mean that you need to maintain distance learning if teaching can’t be led in a suitable way otherwise,” Carlson cautioned.”

        So the effect of that announcement is unlikely to take effect before the fall term.

        My statement that the high schools and universities closed in early March was correct and they still haven’t opened for normal operations.

  9. Stephen W says:

    Have Sweden stopped updating their numbers daily?
    No update since 18th June.

  10. John F. Hultquist says:

    Some ill people in Sweden were denied treatment because they fit the profile of “more likely to die” than someone else.
    Via phone, doctors directed care-givers to provide “palliative care” while the on-site people wanted to do more. via The WSJ
    “Discontent is growing over official triage guidelines critics say too often deny elderly patients vital care”

  11. Morgan in Sweden says:

    Today, the 22nd of June, for the first time since the early start of the epidemic the amount of intensive care patients are below 200 here in Sweden. (At the peak in late April there were 558).

  12. Hotwire says:

    Sweden’s death rate is 500 per million residents (not infections) which is a worse statistic than the world average by a huge amount.
    So lets compare theirs with New Zealand. Both small countries that took very different approaches. NZ has 4.4 deaths per million people and in an all lives matter conservative mind like mine, it’s a way better result.
    Judge every issue independently or your no better than the other guys!
    If you think this disease is so overrated, volunteer at the closest Covid19 ward. They will be very happy to see you.

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