• Scott G.
    07/31/2020 16:09

    Sweden Succeeded. There are two important points. Let’s go through the logic. (David, maybe you can check my math) 5,500/10,000,000=.00055 or .055% of the population. 1% of 10,000,000 is 100,000, which means the Swedish deaths were about 1/20th of 1%. The majority of Sweden deaths were in March and April when treatment didn’t exist. 90% by the beginning of June. Now it’s near 0. Using that % of Sweden’s population and apply to the U.S. population and it = 187,000. That’s what the maximum U.S. covid deaths will be if we match deaths per capita with Sweden. 340,000,000 x .00055=187,000 We are at 150,000 (including suicides, motorcycle accidents, etc that are also counted in covid numbers). So if you believe we will not have more than 187,000 deaths, we are near the END of the pandemic. If you believe our U.S. totals will end AT 187,000, then all the mask wearing and shutdowns were a waste of time and destroyed millions of jobs and businesses, racked up massive national debt, ruined millions of lives, caused massive increases in suicides, drug overdoses and mental health crisisall for nothing. We matched Sweden’s outcome but Sweden businesses are doing well where the US has a 33% drop in GDP. The moment we have over 187,000 “covid” deaths is the moment that Sweden’s plan was far superior to the United States. It means Sweden had less deaths per capita AND they saved their economy and complete social collapse like the U.S. If you believe the U.S. plan is better than Sweden, that means you believe the U.S. will have less per capital deaths than Sweden. That means you also believe we are close to the end of the virus. Which do you believe? Was Sweden wrong or are we at the end of the Pandemic? It is one or the other.

  • Mikhael J.
    07/11/2020 17:45


  • Flan A.
    06/01/2020 16:31

    Hope Sweden to be safe.

  • Meena S.
    06/01/2020 16:27

    Truth. Ultimately public have to do

  • Flan A.
    06/01/2020 16:26

    I am looking for a partner from Sweden. To live in love to gether. Any Swedish nice lady is seriouse here

  • Manoj M.
    06/01/2020 10:15

    Not a single person in this video seen wearing a mask......

  • Ritvika C.
    05/28/2020 19:43

    We don't really know what will happen in long run maybe they'll recover from this but Indians commenting here should know that we are having more devastation due to migrant crisis, cyclone, gas tragedy, locusts and yeah who knows what's coming next

  • Sahera D.
    05/27/2020 20:56


  • Maureen T.
    05/26/2020 10:52

    The Chillax Approach?

  • Meyyalagan M.
    05/26/2020 05:33

    They have a good health care system That's the core of this decision

  • Ngam E.
    05/25/2020 18:00

    Don't proud of being different You guys are just killing each other

  • Vinit S.
    05/24/2020 15:28

    It's not a smart move. You either save people or economy but not both. 34k cases and 4000 deaths that's 11% deaths... corona's global death rate is 2%... so yeah the swedish death rate is one of the highest in the world... Consider that in your strategy.

  • Albert D.
    05/24/2020 02:21

    Sweden population is very less compared to other countries.

  • Sabarish P.
    05/23/2020 09:54

    It depends on people discipline..

  • Bikram R.
    05/23/2020 04:32

    Sweden survived bcz they didn't follow W.H.O protocol....

  • Shahrukh K.
    05/23/2020 03:15


  • Marilyn T.
    05/22/2020 11:29

    Well it sounds to me that their hospitals are not over capacity because they have chosen to let people die instead of enforcing a lock down. They same thing the US has chosen to do but on a bigger scale. The lock down was just to bring the hospitals, morgues, and cemeteries to capacity so the public doesn't panic. But, forget the dead they might be the lucky ones. Let's talk about the health issues some if not all of the COVID 19 survivors are going to be facing.

  • Ashwin J.
    05/22/2020 09:03

    Long story short. Sweden did not benefit from this approach in any way economically or in terms of herd immunity. For a small country, their per capita death rate is staggering. I don't know why Brut India is spreading such ideas in a country where social distancing or even access to clean water to wash hands is a luxury. Highly irresponsible just like Sweden. Maybe you should cover New Zealand and how they managed to recover quite quickly or maybe Vietnam.

  • Shakti N.
    05/22/2020 08:48


  • Md M.
    05/22/2020 08:32

    Great decision

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