by Paul Joseph Watson
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now has lowest death rate in Europe.
Swedish health chief
her country didn't impose
the kind of
draconian coronavirus lockdown
seen in other
in order to
prevent the public from
At the start of the
Sweden chose to go for herd immunity by refusing to
impose a hard
lockdown, meaning bars,
restaurants, gyms, workplaces and schools remained open and
vulnerable people were told to shield while mandatory mask rules
Despite the mainstream media predicting that this would lead to
massive fatalities, Sweden has recorded under 6,000 coronavirus
deaths and now has the lowest death rate in Europe.
The Scandinavian country's GDP fared better than the rest of Europe
and now large segments of the population have developed herd
immunity, reducing the impact of any potential "second wave."
Illustrating how the country is already virtually back to normal, a
young woman posted a video of herself boarding a train in Stockholm
showing minimal social distancing and hardly anyone wearing masks...
Now the director general of Sweden's National Board of Health and
Welfare reveals that one of the reasons the Swedish government
chose not to impose a harsh lockdown was to prevent its population
from development "pandemic fatigue."
"We did not choose
the path of a complete lockdown of society, because we had other
arguments for a systematic response to a pandemic," said Olivia
Wigzell during the Pandemic 2020 - Challenges, Solutions,
Consequences conference, which was held in Moscow.
"We were very afraid, we feared that people would develop such a
pandemic fatigue, that people would get tired of restrictions.
But in Sweden,
practically everyone followed the recommendations," she added.
Sweden's health care
system was never overwhelmed, even at the height of the pandemic,
and the country is now in a better position than any other country
on the continent, virtually all of which continue to follow
disastrous lockdown policies.