RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After adopting a controversial strategy to fight the novel coronavirus, Sweden was referred to by Michael Ryan, Executive Director of the World Health Organization (WHO) and an emergency health expert, as "a model for fighting [covid-19]".
During the period between March and April, Sweden refused to implement specific laws for quarantine and social isolation.
In place of the harsh regulations of other Scandinavian countries (the northern European region that includes Denmark, Norway and Sweden), the Swedish government proposed a public policy based on understanding, care and safety with others - a form of social isolation based . . .