As the world continues to experience enforced lockdowns and disruption of economic productivity due to Coronavirus, Sweden is suggesting that adopting a uniform approach worldwide is not effective. Kindergartens, elementary schools, bars and cafés remain open as usual. Sweden’s Public Health Agency focuses on those that have the closest contacts such as family members or close colleagues who tested positive, rather than others such as those who had been on the same flight or train. This approach allows health services to isolate even those cases which are asymptomatic, or where the patient has mild symptoms. This prevents the people spreading the virus further.
(Courtesy: The Local)