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Coronavirus live news: Germany 'could hit 20,000 new cases within days'; Sweden registers record case high (source — www.theguardian.com) 27/10/2020 18:08:44

German minister warns about exponential rise in new cases; Sweden registers 1,870 new infections; protests in Italy against Covid restrictionsGlobal survey shows widespread disapproval of Covid respon...

Global survey shows widespread disapproval of Covid response (source — www.theguardian.com) 27/10/2020 14:04:07

People in most of 25 countries think governments failed to act well or quicklyCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coveragePeople in most of 25 countries around the world think governme...

The great rebalancing: working from home fuels rise of the 'secondary city' (source — www.theguardian.com) 26/10/2020 10:00:16

A fall in commuting due to the pandemic is already prompting workers to move out of the major metropolisesCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageAmy Kaper has never met her collea...

Did Sweden's Covid-19 experiment work? (source — podcast-assets.wired.co.uk) 23/10/2020 16:08:39

Coming up today: Sweden’s pandemic gamble; the deepfake bot being weaponised against women; and Natasha tries to put the ‘interesting’ in negative interest rates

Did Sweden’s coronavirus experiment pay off? Not really (source — www.wired.co.uk) 23/10/2020 08:00:00

While much of Europe locked-down, Sweden went with a different plan, but the data suggests that the country's relaxed approach didn't work

Coronavirus: Sweden's isolated elderly urged to rejoin society (source — www.bbc.co.uk) 22/10/2020 16:55:39

Sweden says the over-70s and others at risk should follow the same advice as the general population.

Sweden loosens Covid lockdown rules for elderly and vulnerable due to mental health impact of lockdown (source — www.telegraph.co.uk) 22/10/2020 14:41:37

Coronavirus: Sweden advises elderly to avoid self-isolation (source — www.bbc.co.uk) 22/10/2020 12:57:00

Sweden now says the over-70s and others at risk should follow the same advice as the general population.

Big spike in Sweden's cases forces rethink of no-lockdown strategy (source — www.9news.com.au) 22/10/2020 04:14:42

Ballooning coronavirus cases in Sweden have forced a major rethink of the country's controverisal no-lockdown policy.

LOCKDOWN APPROACH DERAILS: Cases explode as cities ‘locked down’ (source — www.news.com.au) 21/10/2020 16:13:40

Coronavirus cases have exploded in Sweden, doubling in just three weeks as the wheels fall off the country’s vaunted approach to tackling COVID-19.

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Helpful information

How to prevent coronavirus disease and stop the spread of germs
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
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