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The health authorities of Sweden have verified 752 new infections with the COVID-19 in 24 hours, which means the daily maximum in that Nordic country since last June.

With this, the total count of infections rises to 92,863, with a total of 5,893 dead.

Sweden has opted for a looser model regarding measures against the pandemic than other equivalent countries although the mortality rate in this Nordic country is much higher than that of the others.

Your authorities have so far favored calls to theindividual responsibility instead of issuing restrictions and have not issued any recommendation regarding the use of masks.

This strategy proposed by the head of the Swedish Public Health Agency, Anders Tegnell, has been very controversial, especially in the moments of greatest incidence of the pandemic, since the numbers of infections and mortality were higher than those of other countries in the region that had adopted measures.

Although Tegnell is reluctant to change it, this past Sunday he recognized a deterioration in the capital, Stockholm, and assured that if the trend persisted, we would have to think about “local restrictions” For the city.



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