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Sweden records lowest daily covid cases since march

GregJA

Be interested to see if their approach turns out to be the “best” in the... context... with taking it on full force.

‘we are definitely having a second wave here in Canada - looks like it will be worse BUT like everywhere deaths are waaaaaay down since we’ve figured stuff out which is great! (And keeping the vulnerable safe) 

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Halle

this is indeed interesting... meanwhile just across the bridge in Denmark - where restrictions have been quite strict at times - numbers are going up and up all the time forcing new restrictions...

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Florin
9 minutes ago, GregJA said:

Be interested to see if their approach turns out to be the “best” in the... context... with taking it on full force.

‘we are definitely having a second wave here in Canada - looks like it will be worse BUT like everywhere deaths are waaaaaay down since we’ve figured stuff out which is great! (And keeping the vulnerable safe) 

When was the last time when a politician admitted he was wrong? :selena:

No one will look at who did it best for a long time. The pressure is so big, considering that 90% of the world imposed lockdowns , that Sweden is starting to pretend internationally that it had lockdowns, which clearly isnt the case.

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BadGurlMadge

i’m so grateful, maybe our strategy was right all along:giveup:

but it’s up to the health organization to do other restrictions if needed now when school is starting 

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Rio

Herd immunity will always have been a success. Sweden did it right

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GregJA
1 minute ago, Florin said:

When was the last time when a politician admitted he was wrong? :selena:

No one will look at who did it best for a long time. The pressure is so big, considering that 90% of the world imposed lockdowns , that Sweden is starting to pretend internationally that it had lockdowns, which clearly isnt the case.

That is so true :bradley:

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Florin
45 minutes ago, Rio said:

Herd immunity will always have been a success. Sweden did it right

There is still a maybe. We will see in the next 3 months, if covid has seasons like the flu.

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Thomas

Of course we did it right. Why did everyone seem to think a virus would be eliminated by locking everyone in? As soon as people got out again, a second wave would be inevitable. And especially in greedy countries like the UK where they also have to rely on tourism because they have a ****ed up economy. So they basically imported the virus again after maintaining it.
 

Sweden outsold. Lemme be a patriot for once xxxxx

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The Clown
1 hour ago, Rio said:

Herd immunity will always have been a success. Sweden did it right

Exept this is not expained by "herd immunity".

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lego

How can anyone call success when so many people died... 

 

 

also they did have and still have some restrictions:

 

 

 

racist ppl really be like “so just because I’m a racist that makes me racist ??? wow”
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racist ppl really be like “so just because I’m a racist that makes me racist ??? wow”
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PartySick
2 hours ago, Rio said:

Herd immunity will always have been a success. Sweden did it right

And all it took was a measly sacrifice of 6,000 people :vegas:

If the US were to use herd immunity as a "strategy" (if you can call it that), we'd need 60%-80% of the population to contract it and form anti-bodies.

60% of 328 million means 196.8 million people have to catch the virus and form anti-bodies. Even if they don't die they could be dealing with permanent or long lasting effects and that many people being that ill will DEFINITELY overwhelm our healthcare system entirely leading to more actual deaths.

At the very lowest current estimates of covid mortality, 0.6%, that still adds up to 1.1 million deaths just in the US alone.

That's without the full hospitals. And without considering the fact that millions of Americans are poor and uninsured which means even more deaths.

That's not acceptable.

Anyone pushing herd immunity as a solution is either ignorant of reality or extremely callous and has no concern for human life :nails:

Like the CDC director said - wear a mask. That's more effective than any vaccine we could pull out our butts by the end of this year.

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Florin
Just now, PartySick said:

And all it took was a measly sacrifice of 6,000 people :vegas:

If the US were to use herd immunity as a "strategy" (if you can call it that), we'd need 60%-80% of the population to contract it and form anti-bodies.

60% of 328 million means 196.8 million people have to catch the virus and form anti-bodies. Even if they don't die, 78 million of them (40%) could be dealing with permanent or long lasting effects and that many people being that ill will DEFINITELY overwhelm our healthcare system entirely leading to more actual deaths.

At the very lowest current estimates of covid mortality, 0.6%, that still adds up to 1.1 million deaths just in the US alone.

That's without the full hospitals. And without considering the fact that millions of Americans are poor and uninsured which means even more deaths.

That's not acceptable.

Anyone pushing herd immunity as a solution is either ignorant of reality or extremely callous and has no concern for human life :nails:

Like the CDC director said - wear a mask. That's more effective than any vaccine we could pull out our butts by the end of this year.

As u can  clearly see u dont need 60%of the population to get it. 

Let's be clear about it : Sweden has less deaths per capita than US and places like New York, Pennsylvania, Michigan, all those places that lockdowned. 

New York sacrificed people when they send covid patients back to nursing homes? 

Sweden was wrong with nursing homes and it had the "bad luck" to have a national holiday when covid was spreading. Other than that, they were right with everything, as we can clearly see now.

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