Is Sweden's no-lockdown Covid response a BIG mistake? - In a Nutshell

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While almost every country in the world has imposed a lockdown on its citizens to try to 'flatten the curve', one European nation stands practically alone in the pandemic battle. Sweden has opted out of strict measures in favour of a voluntary 'trust-based' system intended to develop 'herd immunity'. In this episode of In a Nutshell, correspondent, Marina Kosareva takes a closer look at Sweden’s coronavirus strategy, how herd immunity is involved, and why its viral death toll is far higher than its Nordic neighbours.

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