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Sweden Could Reach 'Herd Immunity' in Weeks After Refusing Lockdown

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Sweden Could Reach 'Herd Immunity' in Weeks After Refusing Lockdown

Sweden Could Reach 'Herd Immunity' in Weeks After Refusing Lockdown

Unlike many of its neighbouring countries, Sweden did not impose a lockdown on businesses and public spaces amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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