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Tags: Coronavirus | sweden | covid | restrictions | masks

Sweden Avoided Lockdowns, Mask Mandates: Now They Are Better Off Than Their European Neighbors

People sit at tables outside a restaurant in Stockholm without masks. Sweden’s decision to to keep restaurants and bars open throughout the COVID-19 pandemic has paid off as the country managed to stave off high death tolls. (STEFAN JERREVANG/TT NEWS AGENCY/AFP via Getty Images)

By    |   Monday, 30 August 2021 07:41 AM

Sweden’s unorthodox decision to keep restaurants and bars open, send children to school in person, and make masks mostly optional throughout the coronavirus pandemic has been a gamble that appears to have paid off as the country managed to stave off high death tolls and crippling their economy.

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Sweden's unorthodox decision to keep restaurants and bars open, send children to school in person, and make masks mostly optional throughout the coronavirus pandemic has been a gamble that appears to have paid off as the country managed to stave off high death tolls and...
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