- Reuters India - by Simon Johnson
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Swedes' confidence in the ability of the government and the health agency to handle the outbreak of the novel coronavirus is falling amid growing worries about the high mortality
Healthy people contracted COVID-19 despite having been treated with hydroxychloroquine during a trial. As Sweden has the world's highest virus death rate, the country's chief epidemiologist concedes more could have been done beyond the light-handed approach taken. Dr. Anthony Fauci predicts the U.S. will have "a couple of hundred million" doses of vaccine by next year. Plus, the CDC was trained for the pandemic: What went wrong?
- Reuters - Reuters Editorial
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - The Swedish government on Thursday urged its citizens to take their fight to the internet after thousands in the capital defied coronavirus restrictions to protest against racism