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That Herd Immunity Plan Isn't Working in Sweden Share
“The issue of herd immunity is difficult,” Anders Tegnell said at a briefing in Stockholm on Tuesday. “We see no signs of immunity in the population that are slowing down the infection right now.”
Swedes will no longer be free to gather in public in groups larger than eight. The sale of alcohol is now also banned after 10 p.m. Lofven used a rare televised address on Sunday to plead with his countrymen to do more. “The health and lives of people are still in danger, and the danger is increasing,” he said.
Thanks god the vaccines are coming soon and we can hopefully start to bounce back next year.