Covid-19: Sweden had no lockdowns and no mask mandates. The result? LOWER excess deaths

Senior fellow at Cato Institute Johan Norberg details his reporting on how Sweden fared during and post-pandemic. For a while there were more infections and more deaths, but in the long run, its policy worked. Its excess death rates was less than half of America’s.


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