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- I went a little faster, perhaps - VG

– I went a little faster, perhaps – VG

The Royal Couple: A portrait of King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia in Surmlandsleden on Friday.

The King of Sweden said in a new TV interview that he thinks some things have gone too fast.

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Slowly, but surely, I think it’s a good expression. We should think about it a little more. Sometimes it just goes a little too fast, maybe. I think so – in certain regions, says King Carl Gustaf (75) TV4, to me express.

It aims to reopen the country 29. September.

Carl Gustaf points out that the epidemic is not over yet.

– He will remain hanging, he says and urges to “take care.”

Queen Silvia (77) is also in the interview. She and the King talk warmly about how important it is for them to get the vaccine.

I hope all young people get the vaccine. The Queen says: Protect yourselves and protect others.

infection in the family

The Swedish royal couple lived completely secluded during the pandemic, at Stenhammar Castle in Flin. VG wrote about it then Carl Gustaf received his first vaccination in January of this year.

Even the Swedish royal family came close to spreading the virus. Prince Carl Philip (42) and Princess Sofia (36) It was tested positive in November last year for covid-19 virus. Earlier this year I did Crown Princess Victoria (44) and Prince Daniel (48) are the same.

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The King said last year – on SVT’s “The Year with the Royal Family” – that 2020 was “a terrible year with a lot of suffering”.

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– One thinks of all the family members who have tried not to say goodbye to their relatives. I think it is a cruel and traumatic experience not to say goodbye.

Then he also said that he believed that Sweden had not succeeded in its Corona strategy.

“I think we failed,” King said in the December documentary.

The neighboring country has received international attention for its opposition to the influx in choosing the Corona strategy – and Sweden’s epidemiologist believes Norway was wrong in its choice.