Sweden recognized the mistake of not isolating

Swedish authorities questioned the country’s correctness in abandoning quarantine measures due to the spread of coronavirus. Anders Tegnell, chief epidemiologist of the kingdom, expressed doubts about the chosen strategy in a conversation with journalists.

He noted that the country may have to change its decision on the measures taken. Previously, Tegnell had advocated for maintaining the normal rhythm of life. There are schools and restaurants in Sweden. At the same time, residents must keep a social distance, mass events are prohibited. Coronavirus infection has been detected in more than 22,000 people in the kingdom