Swedish covidiot strategy flops -people die

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Sweden has now overtaken the UK, Italy and Belgium to have the highest coronavirus per capita death rate in the world, throwing its decision to avoid a strict lockdown into further doubt.

According to figures collated by the Our World in Data website, Sweden had 6.08 deaths per million inhabitants per day on a rolling seven-day average between May 13 and May 20.

This is the highest in the world, above the UK, Belgium and the US, which have 5.57, 4.28 and 4.11 respectively.

Well, well, well. What a fucking disaster. Stay home,stay safe.
 

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However, Sweden has only had the highest death rate over the past week, with Belgium, Spain, Italy, the UK and France, still ahead over the entire course of the pandemic.

Lets wait and see what the final result is a year from now
 

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However, Sweden has only had the highest death rate over the past week, with Belgium, Spain, Italy, the UK and France, still ahead over the entire course of the pandemic.

Lets wait and see what the final result is a year from now
Waiting a year to do what? Decide that social distancing and staying at home provide the surest methods to prevent becoming infected?!!.
 

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However, Sweden has only had the highest death rate over the past week, with Belgium, Spain, Italy, the UK and France, still ahead over the entire course of the pandemic.

Lets wait and see what the final result is a year from now
Waiting a year to do what? Decide that social distancing and staying at home provide the surest methods to prevent becoming infected?!!.
According to the story sweden still has fewer deaths per million than the UK or US
 

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Sweden has now overtaken the UK, Italy and Belgium to have the highest coronavirus per capita death rate in the world, throwing its decision to avoid a strict lockdown into further doubt.

According to figures collated by the Our World in Data website, Sweden had 6.08 deaths per million inhabitants per day on a rolling seven-day average between May 13 and May 20.


This is the highest in the world, above the UK, Belgium and the US, which have 5.57, 4.28 and 4.11 respectively.

Well, well, well. What a fucking disaster. Stay home,stay safe.
So when is your trip to Stockholm?
 

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However, Sweden has only had the highest death rate over the past week, with Belgium, Spain, Italy, the UK and France, still ahead over the entire course of the pandemic.

Lets wait and see what the final result is a year from now
There is no "year from now"
 

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We are debating the concept of acceptable casualties.
What about obesity? Thats 300k deaths a year.
Why dont you tyrants ever try to shut dowb McDonald's?
Its like you people are CRAVING instability.
 

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However, Sweden has only had the highest death rate over the past week, with Belgium, Spain, Italy, the UK and France, still ahead over the entire course of the pandemic.

Lets wait and see what the final result is a year from now
Waiting a year to do what? Decide that social distancing and staying at home provide the surest methods to prevent becoming infected?!!.
According to the story sweden still has fewer deaths per million than the UK or US
And, the progression is the story, as you suggested time will tell.
 
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From the link:

However, Sweden has only had the highest death rate over the past week, with Belgium, Spain, Italy, the UK and France, still ahead over the entire course of the pandemic.

Lets wait and see what the final result is a year from now
Waiting a year to do what? Decide that social distancing and staying at home provide the surest methods to prevent becoming infected?!!.
According to the story sweden still has fewer deaths per million than the UK or US
Countries that had no strategy at all. They are a lot worse than those countries who took it seriously. New Zealand comes to mind.
 

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We are debating the concept of acceptable casualties.
What about obesity? Thats 300k deaths a year.
Why dont you tyrants ever try to shut dowb McDonald's?
Its like you people are CRAVING instability.
People who can't control their diets and have portion control issues have to solve their own problems.
 

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Sweden has now overtaken the UK, Italy and Belgium to have the highest coronavirus per capita death rate in the world, throwing its decision to avoid a strict lockdown into further doubt.

According to figures collated by the Our World in Data website, Sweden had 6.08 deaths per million inhabitants per day on a rolling seven-day average between May 13 and May 20.


This is the highest in the world, above the UK, Belgium and the US, which have 5.57, 4.28 and 4.11 respectively.

Well, well, well. What a fucking disaster. Stay home,stay safe.
Nice job cherrypicking data.
 

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We are debating the concept of acceptable casualties.
That's what risk assesement is about sometimes.

"One death is too many" is a nice feeewings statement, but if you took it seriously you would have to lock everyone in their houses and have the army patrol the streets in NBC gear for 6 months.
 

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However, Sweden has only had the highest death rate over the past week, with Belgium, Spain, Italy, the UK and France, still ahead over the entire course of the pandemic.

Lets wait and see what the final result is a year from now

For the liberal only today matters. Ever notice that? Only this very instant. Liberalism is truly a mental illness and insanely dangerous to civilization. They will have to be dealt with.
 

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However, Sweden has only had the highest death rate over the past week, with Belgium, Spain, Italy, the UK and France, still ahead over the entire course of the pandemic.

Lets wait and see what the final result is a year from now
Exactly!!! Thank you and how is Sweden’s economy compared to those countries?
 

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However, Sweden has only had the highest death rate over the past week, with Belgium, Spain, Italy, the UK and France, still ahead over the entire course of the pandemic.

Lets wait and see what the final result is a year from now

For the liberal only today matters. Ever notice that? Only this very instant. Liberalism is truly a mental illness and insanely dangerous to civilization. They will have to be dealt with.

A year from now, this whole Corona Panic will be over, the economy will be booming under Trump, and the libs will be taking credit for it.
 

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We are debating the concept of acceptable casualties.
That's what risk assesement is about sometimes.

"One death is too many" is a nice feeewings statement, but if you took it seriously you would have to lock everyone in their houses and have the army patrol the streets in NBC gear for 6 months.
Lowering risks via advice from a consensus of scientists, statisticians, and doctors seem like a wise decision.
 

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Sweden has now overtaken the UK, Italy and Belgium to have the highest coronavirus per capita death rate in the world, throwing its decision to avoid a strict lockdown into further doubt.

According to figures collated by the Our World in Data website, Sweden had 6.08 deaths per million inhabitants per day on a rolling seven-day average between May 13 and May 20.


This is the highest in the world, above the UK, Belgium and the US, which have 5.57, 4.28 and 4.11 respectively.

Well, well, well. What a fucking disaster. Stay home,stay safe.
Hope most were Muzzies. They've got way too many.
 

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Sweden has now overtaken the UK, Italy and Belgium to have the highest coronavirus per capita death rate in the world, throwing its decision to avoid a strict lockdown into further doubt.

According to figures collated by the Our World in Data website, Sweden had 6.08 deaths per million inhabitants per day on a rolling seven-day average between May 13 and May 20.


This is the highest in the world, above the UK, Belgium and the US, which have 5.57, 4.28 and 4.11 respectively.

Well, well, well. What a fucking disaster. Stay home,stay safe.
Sweden ranks 8th in deaths per capita, behind the UK.

 

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