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Sweden tops Europe COVID-19 deaths per capita over last seven days

Reuters Tuesday, 19 May 2020
Sweden, which has opted for a more open strategy in combating the virus than other European countries, has the highest number of deaths in Europe per capita from the COVID-19 disease over the last seven days, data showed.
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