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Sweden saw lower increase in deaths during 2020 than most of Europe despite shunning Covid-19 lockdown

The Nordic country had 7.7 per cent more deaths than usual, a figure comparing favourably with countries such as Spain (18.1 per cent) and Belgium (16.2 per cent) which have both imposed tough restrictions.

Sweden's excess mortality has also been measured as lower than in Britain, where some MPs have looked admiringly at the Swedish approach.

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No country has had . .

michael mazur

. .an increase in death numbers over 2019.

Politicians, statisticians, doctors, pharma, media, police, are all liars.

michael mazur

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