Sweden continues to lead the world in low mortality rates despite refusing to knuckle under to the western world’s obsession with masking and lockdowns.
The data from Sweden completely undermines the fascist left’s crazed COVID policies.
In a list of countries studied by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, the Scandinavian nation ranked lowest for overall cumulative excess deaths from 2020-22 at 6.8 per cent, compared to Australia (18 per cent), the UK (24.5 per cent) and the US (54.1 per cent).
The results are even more poignant considering Sweden was one of the few developed nations that opted against widespread lockdowns.
As governments scrambled to make the idea of locking down regular life palatable throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, Sweden refused, opting for a “voluntary” approach to dealing with the spread.
The nation of 10.4 million kept schools from closing throughout the biggest waves of the virus’ spread and did not mandate masks.
It should be noted Sweden’s population density sits at around 25 per square kilometre, roughly half that of the worldwide average, with neighbouring Denmark having around 125 per square km.
“For example, rather than enforce a nationwide lockdown, the authorities gave recommendations: to stay home if you‘ve got symptoms, to keep a distance to others, to avoid public transport if possible,” a spokesman said.
🇸🇪 No lockdowns
🇸🇪 No school closures
🇸🇪 No mask mandates
Sweden had the lowest overall cumulative excess deaths in countries analysed by the OECD during the pandemic era from March 2020 to June 2022. pic.twitter.com/nbzI1veo8y
— James Melville (@JamesMelville) November 27, 2022
Sweden did not lockdown, it did not worry about “social distancing,” and masking was not really a big priority compared to other western countries. It asked for voluntary action, not mandates.
While Sweden did try some of the same things other nations did to address the scamdemic, they quickly began easing the policies by June of 2021.
Sweden puts a major dent in the left’s COVIDiot ideas.Commentary