Corona – King of Sweden: – He fasted a little

Corona - King of Sweden: - He fasted a little

King Carl Gustaf comments on the reopening of Sweden in an interview with TV4.

Slowly but surely is a good expression, you should think about it a little more. The king says it has gone a little too fast in certain places, perhaps, and we still have to keep up.

On September 29, Sweden eased most restrictions. He now writes that it’s free, among other things, for big events and regular restaurant visits express.

– He says the epidemic is not over yet.

In the same interview, Queen Silvia encouraged all young people to get vaccinated.

Sweden has recorded more than 1.1 million cases and more than 14,000 deaths related to corona, according to Swedish Public Health Agency.

In December last year The king strongly criticized the way Corona was treated in the country, He specifically mentioned the number of dead.

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– I think we simply failed, which is horrible. He said that the Swedish people had suffered a lot.

During a press conference, state epidemiologist Anders Tegnell was asked about King’s statement – but he did not want to comment on the criticism.

The death toll is clearly unfortunate, and we will definitely have to work on trying to understand what we can improve to prevent it from happening again. Whether we should call it a failure or not, Tegnell said at the time, I think we should leave it to those in the future who will investigate this question.

– So it is wrong for the king to say that she failed, as the press requested.

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“I don’t have opinions on what the king says or means, but I am speaking for myself and the public health authorities,” he said.

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