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Sweden PM defends Covid-19 strategy

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Sweden PM defends Covid-19 strategy

Sweden PM defends Covid-19 strategy

Sweden's prime minister Stefan Lofven has defended the country's strategy against Covid-19, dispelling any myths that his government was not taking the pandemic seriously.

A large death toll in retirement homes has been reported in recent weeks which has been highlighted by the Swedish press.

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