Sweden has some of the highest vaccination rates in the world…..
Then again so does Israel, so those claiming that the high vaccination rate is what saved Sweden are completely wrong on this one.
The Swedish people are extremely healthy in general, and live very active lives—this is more than likely the reason they are doing so great right now.
Compare this to our own country where between every McDonalds and a bar is another McDonalds and a bar. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a free country and people can consume whatever they want!
That being said, people should also accept responsibility for what they put into their bodies, and how they live their lives—diet and exercise are key to excellent health, and preventative health is better than ‘fix me up’ hospital visits.
According to sources, Sweden will be lifting all Covid-19 restrictions at the end of this month, although as I previously reported, they may or may not stay lifted indefinitely…..
Still, it’s nice to see that at least one country is attempting to shake off the madness, and step into the light:
Yesterday Sweden a country of 10 million people had 35 deaths from COVID 19. That is less than deaths from respiratory infections. They did not have a lockdown. Our governments are waiting for a vaccine which may never come , before lifting all restrictions. END THIS MADNESS NOW. pic.twitter.com/rGZ16N4qkY
— Alan Tomalty (@ATomalty) July 8, 2020
🇸🇪 Sweden to Scrap All COVID Restrictions This Month, Has the Country’s Pro-Freedom Approach Worked?
Sweden has announced that it will be lifting all remaining coronavirus restrictions by the end of the month, following its Nordic neighbor Denmark
— Angelus iustitiae (@AIustitiae) September 11, 2021
The Local.SE quotes Sweden’s health minister:
“Many people have made big sacrifices in their daily life. Now it is time for the Swedish people to meet again,” said Health Minister Lena Hallengren at a press conference. “From September 29th, we are taking a big step towards the life we had before the pandemic.”
She was joined by Culture Minister Amanda Lind and the Public Health Agency’s general director Johan Carlson, who said that compared to the agency’s previous forecasts, the current levels of infection were in line with “the lowest possible curve”.
I'm surprised by media and politicians will to push us backwards instead of forward.
Now that Sweden is lifting most COVID restrictions on the 29th of Sep – the discussion is focused on going back instead of leaning in. There is no such thing as going back!
— Martin Mazur (@m_mazur) September 8, 2021
Norway, like Denmark, lifting all Covid restrictions. Plus Sweden being innovative. Scandinavia definitely to watch xxx https://t.co/dpazFEetPb
— Gill Gentles (@gillygen) September 26, 2021
Schengenvisainfo, an EU focused news outlet, previously reported:
Therefore, since the number of COVID-19 infection cases and the number of people requiring hospital treatment has significantly dropped, the country will continue with step three of phasing out the restrictions, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports.
According to a joint press release issued by the Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation and the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs, it has been revealed that regarding the pandemic situation in the country, the trends are “heading in the right direction”.
“Overall, the infection rates, the pressure on the health care system, and the vaccination rate of the population are all at levels that allow restrictions to be lifted. For this reason, the Government and the Public Health Agency of Sweden have made the assessment that it is appropriate to proceed with step 3 of the Government’s plan for phasing out the restrictions,” the Ministry’s statement reads.