Stockholm — Sweden’s government has initiated a commission to investigate its controversial approach to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Sweden has taken a different path compared to most European countries by keeping much of society open and by recommending social distancing and self-isolation rather than imposing a blanket lockdown. That strategy has resulted in a much higher death rate than in neighbouring countries, according to Johns Hopkins University data...

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