RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Sweden is self-critical. For the first time, the architect behind Sweden's uncommon - and highly criticized - strategy to tackle the coronavirus, has conceded shortcomings. "I think there is clearly potential for improvement in what we have done in Sweden," epidemiologist Anders Tegnell told Swedish Radio on Wednesday, June 3rd.
In addition, Prime Minister Stefan Löfven, who has always backed the decisions of health experts, has now taken a step towards opening an investigation into crisis management this semester, according to the local newspaper Aftonbladet .
The Scandinavian country, with 4,468 deaths and 38,589 . . .