Sweden hit by pandemic ten times harder than Norway, according to Worldometer figures

Stefan LöfvenPhoto: Fredrik Sandberg / TT / NTB
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Sweden has been hit by the corona pandemic ten times harder than Norway, measured in the number of deaths per capita.

Sweden has around twice as many inhabitants as Norway but has registered almost nine times as many cases of infection – 973,604 against Norway’s 112,970, an overview by Worldometer shows.

Sweden has also registered ten times as many corona-related deaths per 100,000 inhabitants, 138.4 against 13.9 in Norway.

Denmark has registered 42.8 corona deaths per 100,000 inhabitants, while Finland registered 16.5.

Iceland has performed best in the Nordic region and has registered 29 corona-related deaths, which corresponds to 8.5 per 100,000 inhabitants.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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1 Comment on "Sweden hit by pandemic ten times harder than Norway, according to Worldometer figures"

  1. Negligent homicide. Medical murder. Sheep *blindly* trusting their “experts.”

    At least (King) Carl Gustav had the … backbone … to speak out about it.

    New York state Governor Cuomo moving COVID-stricken people into *nursing homes* is another example yet to be prosecuted.

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