Sweden has made the case for lockdown a much harder sell
Kristian Niemietz quoted in The Times
Annabel Denham writes for City AM
Christopher Snowdon writes for Spiked
Writing for Spiked!, Christopher argues that Sweden did not do nothing, instead taking smaller, more targeted measures to curb the spread of coronavirus.
“There was plenty of social distancing and working from home. Gatherings of more than 50 people were banned and children aged 16 to 18 no longer went to school. The crucial point is that this was sufficient to prevent exponential growth of transmission. It did not require a lockdown.”
Read the full piece here.