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COVID19 Update: Sweden And Nordics 14February 2021

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Posted on 22 February 2021 by Constantin Gurdgiev, TrueEconomics.Blogspot.in Let's run through comparatives for COVID19 dynamics in Sweden vis-a-vis the rest of the Nordics. As you will see below, Sweden is not doing too well in a number of metrics.Please share this article - Go to very top of page, right hand side, for social media buttons..No matter how you define the Nordics:As Sweden's closest land-linked neighbors of Finland and Norway (Nordics 1); orAdding to the two above Estonia and Iceland (Nordics 2); orExpanding the set to also include Netherlands and Denmarkthere is only one conclusion than can be drawn from the above charts: Sweden is not doing too well in terms of cases recorded and in terms of deaths recorded through the pandemic so far. Sweden's mortality rate per

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posted on 22 February 2021

by Constantin Gurdgiev, TrueEconomics.Blogspot.in

Let's run through comparatives for COVID19 dynamics in Sweden vis-a-vis the rest of the Nordics. As you will see below, Sweden is not doing too well in a number of metrics.

COVID19 Update: Sweden And Nordics 14February 2021


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COVID19 Update: Sweden And Nordics 14February 2021

No matter how you define the Nordics:

  • As Sweden's closest land-linked neighbors of Finland and Norway (Nordics 1); or
  • Adding to the two above Estonia and Iceland (Nordics 2); or
  • Expanding the set to also include Netherlands and Denmark

there is only one conclusion than can be drawn from the above charts: Sweden is not doing too well in terms of cases recorded and in terms of deaths recorded through the pandemic so far. Sweden's mortality rate per capita is substantially (86%) higher than that of the Nordics 3.

Here is just how poor Sweden's performance has been:

COVID19 Update: Sweden And Nordics 14February 2021

This article appeared on True Economics 14 February 2021.

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