Karin Hildebrand, a doctor in an intensive care unit in Stockholm's Sodersjukhuset hospital, says her workplace is seeing far fewer patients than two months ago. Photo: AFP Karin Hildebrand, a doctor in an intensive care unit in Stockholm's Sodersjukhuset hospital, says her workplace is seeing far fewer patients than two months ago. Photo: AFP
Karin Hildebrand, a doctor in an intensive care unit in Stockholm's Sodersjukhuset hospital, says her workplace is seeing far fewer patients than two months ago. Photo: AFP

Sweden’s coronavirus consensus cracks as deaths top 5,000

  • Country has world’s fifth-highest death rate at 499.1 per million inhabitants
  • PM Stefan Lofven insists that strategy of not locking down ‘was not a failure’, citing fall in hospitalisations

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Karin Hildebrand, a doctor in an intensive care unit in Stockholm's Sodersjukhuset hospital, says her workplace is seeing far fewer patients than two months ago. Photo: AFP Karin Hildebrand, a doctor in an intensive care unit in Stockholm's Sodersjukhuset hospital, says her workplace is seeing far fewer patients than two months ago. Photo: AFP
Karin Hildebrand, a doctor in an intensive care unit in Stockholm's Sodersjukhuset hospital, says her workplace is seeing far fewer patients than two months ago. Photo: AFP
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