Sweden reports no new deaths

Sweden reports no new deaths
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Sweden has not reported any new coronavirus deaths for the first time in over two months, APA reports citing BBC.

No new fatalities were reported on Sunday, although there are often delays in reporting deaths over weekends.

Sweden chose a controversial approach to the coronavirus outbreak and did not impose a lockdown, unlike the rest of Scandinavia. But its death toll from the virus is also by far the highest in Scandinavia, with 4,395 deaths.

Earlier this week, Norway and Denmark announced they would open tourism between the two countries, but restrictions remain in place for Swedes.


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