Notoriously, Sweden has not followed the lockdown model that other countries have adopted to address the coronavirus crisis. The result is a markedly different economic impact in Norway and Sweden as this FT charts shows:
And what has the consequence been in health terms:
It really does not look as though the Swedish model is working.
Unless life is cheap, that is. Some, I suspect, think it is.
I think Sweden has got this wrong. The likelihood that this will become very much clearer is high, I suspect.