The Swedish strategy of misfortune

Sweden and coronavirus - covid19

For everyday that goes we are seeing more deaths in Sweden – especially in comparison to our neighboring countries. The gap is big, and getting even bigger for everyday.

The crisis is now unofficially out of control and the Swedish executive team keep blindly pushing their experiment on us – a dire misfortune running out of control for every passing day.

Intensive care coronavirus - Sweden

It’s maybe too late. We may now really be in a point of no return – and the only possible way out for us in Sweden is the “herd immunity” – a controversial, unscientific and worldwide criticized strategy that may and have cost us the lives of our dearest and closest friends and family members – product of non nonchalance stubborn path implemented by our government.

Upon a rather naive assumption that herd immunity is the only way to stop the virus – in which the disease is allowed to proliferate until a sufficient percentage of people overcome the disease and act as a barrier, our Swedish government via Anders Tegnell and our PM Stefan Löfven gambled all our hope, wellbeing and future into one single hand – the herd immunity card – unfortunately for us, luck doesn’t seem to play in our favour – 141 patients thought cleared of the new coronavirus had tested positive again, reports the South China Morning Post today – a devastating news for Sweden. Although there is a small proportion of the total number of recovered coronavirus patients in the country, 7,500, it raises serious questions of immunity and concern that the virus mutates.

The prospect of people being re-infected with the virus is of serious concern, as our government’s only hope is that infected Swedish populations will develop sufficient immunity to prevent a resurgence of the pandemic.

“The corona virus is obviously both malicious and cunning,” says Kwon Jun-Wook, head of South Korea’s public health authority KCDC.

Malicious and cunning – two disruptive variables jeopardizing the Swedish strategy.

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