Dr. Anders Tegnell - Sweden’s Decision Not to Impose Quarantine | The Daily Social Distancing Show

Sweden state epidemiologist Dr. Anders Tegnell discusses his country’s decision not to impose quarantine in the face of coronavirus and its consequences. #DailyShow #TrevorNoah #AndersTegnell
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  • Thank you Dr. Anders Tegnell, you and Sweden done it good. It's hard to comment what most of the World done in the last 3 months.

    David F.David F.17 minuter sedan
  • This dumbass who coughed into his hands during a pandemic press conference doesn’t care about people’s safety at all.

    HikuHiku4 timmar sedan
  • Here in Sweden we are chilling though i think Tegnell should have closed the borders when shit started getting out of hand in italy it works fine. Mostly old people who dies which sucks but the facts are a bit bent. It makes it sound like all types of people are dying left and right which is just not true. Even by the latest reports they seem to fail to mention the average age of most people who have died from the virus.

    svampensvampen10 timmar sedan
  • Social distancing comes very easy to Scandinavian people. They are happy no one can sit next to them on a crowded bus. They like their personal space.

    Juan silvaJuan silva13 timmar sedan
  • Trevor, I see your career morphing into independent truth and facts for the people mixed sometimes with comedy.

    Covfefe MovementCovfefe Movement16 timmar sedan
  • “Could Sweden’s method work in other countries, like the USA?” Not without universal health care, Trevor.

    Ann S.Ann S.19 timmar sedan
  • As a young woman who is living in Sweden and has been under quarantine with my boyfriend for 2 months who has had a really bad case of Coronavirus even though he is 26 and who has had a close friend here whose Grandpa just died of Coronavirus from going to the hospital for something unrelated i'm not sure how well the system is working to keep people safe. I'm happy that there is still freedom to go places and shop but it feels like unless you keep the most vulnerable people indoors everybody will catch the virus. I myself have most likely caught it but haven't had any symptoms since my boyfriend had it and I never got sick like him. We are about an hour away from Stockholm. So maybe the herd immunity thing is working or I just have a good immune system? idk

    Bunny OfficialBunny Official19 timmar sedan
  • 3.36 a quarter of the population not even close 34 000 and it lives 10 000 000

    Vincent SwärdVincent Swärd19 timmar sedan
  • nr 1 he is lying about everything, nr 2 3.13 half of the population lives in Stockholm????? it lives about 11 million in Sweden and 1 million i stockholm slightly less???

    Vincent SwärdVincent Swärd19 timmar sedan
  • Sweden is not a example of how to do it. They are a great example of how to do it in Sweden. Higher education, less population, more trust in the government, more responsiblity towards others. It's a very special country in so many ways. What happens in a different country, look at Italy. They first did the same thing Sweden did. Encourage people to behave reasonably. They didn't. So it's proof that encouraging your citizens to behave reasonably has completely different outcomes in practise. Here in Switzerland many people don't think Corona is a big problem, but basically everyone is following the rules. So you have people complaining, but people still follow the rules, with no enforcement necessary. In Italy people had to be forced by police. People and cultures differ so much it's futile to think one approach will work the same everywhere.

    WaldgeistWaldgeist19 timmar sedan
  • Sweden's exceptionalism is a bit too high, they did this horribly... so many needles deaths, for what? Sweden has 2x more population and 40x more deaths from coronavirus than my country... in my country we would burn people like Tegnell...

    ivor radmilović pavlekivor radmilović pavlekDag sedan
  • He’s sush a disgrace for Sweden! Swede’s have a very naive approach to the governement and they weren’t ready for a full blown sociopath to start runnig the country.

    Emelie WidénEmelie WidénDag sedan
    • Are you Swedish?

      NBreNBreDag sedan
  • Interview Dr Ashley Bloomfield from New Zealand.

    honerileyhonerileyDag sedan
  • Those who take vitamin C hourly, & you are 98% immune from covid-19. Plus take all 90 essential nutrients. China defeated the virus quick, because they have used Traditional Chinese medicine for over 5,000 years. Most of the people who died: have lung cancer, chain smoke, drink, shoot drugs, don't take vitamin C hourly. Dr8kangas@gmail.com Herd immunity is the best path forward.

    Christina Y. ChenChristina Y. ChenDag sedan
  • England and the US are using Sweden as an example of how shitty countries dont know what to do and how bad it can go when you dont stay at home. While in reality... Sweden is one of the absolute top ranked countries and they will come out of this perfectly fine.

    JanushaJanushaDag sedan
  • This was a good interview Trevor Noah. It was informative and a non biased interview. That was good news reporting.

    Linda McIntoshLinda McIntoshDag sedan
  • Swedes are smart people. Masks, social distancing, and contact-tracing are all SNAKE OILS trying to be sold to us. Don't buy into it.drrichswier.com/2020/05/25/the-snake-oil-of-social-distancing-face-masks-and-contact-tracing/

    Koort WallienKoort WallienDag sedan
  • You will never be able to compare the U.S. to Sweden because their level of education is so much higher on average.Science is regarded as inconvenient here and over there its regarded as truth, however fallible, at any given moment.

    Bruce GelmanBruce GelmanDag sedan
  • SWEDEN= 25 (twenty-five) persons per square mile. They don't need to social distancing, they are all geographical distanced. I'm from Belgium: 1000 (one thousand) persons per square mile. New York: 25000 (twenty-five thousand) persons per square mile. All three a total of about 10 million people in total. Don't compare the incomparable.

    Johan DegraeveJohan DegraeveDag sedan
  • I have read that Sweden's constitution would not allow such a shut down. Ours really doesn't either but no one has stopped governments from doing it. Some believe that health emergency declarations allow elected leaders to allow draconian measures for 28 days but shutdowns for months should be declared unconstitutional.

    Laura YaleLaura YaleDag sedan
  • It should be noted that now, two weeks later, Sweden has the highest death rate in Europe and they have not come close to that immunity level they need: www.sfgate.com/science/article/Sweden-herd-immunity-experiment-backfires-covid-15289437.php

    TukaroTukaroDag sedan
    • That is simply not true! France, Italy, Great Britain, Spain and Belgium have a much higher death rate than Sweden. Belgium even has more than twice that rate! coronavirus.jhu.edu/data/mortality

      Schlumpf197666Schlumpf197666Timme sedan
  • i think people are forgetting that south korea did not have a lock down

    Jessica JohanssonJessica JohanssonDag sedan
    • No, but they took it very seriously from an early stage. They jumped on it hard with testing, tracing and quarantining, social distancing and mask wearing, so they didn't need a full lockdown.... "“But citizens have taken it upon ourselves to stay inside. We’re very careful to wash our hands and keep our distance. Almost everybody is wearing masks. If you don’t wear masks, you get looks on the street.” www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/05/whats-south-koreas-secret/611215/

      Chris MurrayChris MurrayDag sedan
  • Most deaths amongst ALL Scandinavian countries. Most infections amongst Scandinavian countries. And also heading into a recession, anyway. No, Sweden was rather heartless to its own people - many of whom went into voluntary lockdown out of dismay for their government.

    Brent TollmanBrent TollmanDag sedan
  • I’m from Sweden and basically what’s happening is that we will reach immunity faster. The rest of the would is just delaying the spread and therefor the death toll. As long as there are free beds at the hospital we are cool. PS: none of those hospitalized get a bill afterwards

    Olly HansOlly HansDag sedan
    • F O You don’t know what you are talking about. Sweden is one of the most socialistic country’s in the world. Not liberal. And you are not answering to any of the arguments? Where are u from? Russia?

      Olly HansOlly Hans23 timmar sedan
    • @Olly Hans Yeah tell that to Iceland, Norway and Japan. They went on a lockdown and it's working fine for them. Your government sacrificed 4000 people for their precious economy, they don't care about the people(not the first time either), like I bet you think you guys are doing great with your immigration policy. Your leaders are corrupt and evil. Sweden has become a liberal dystopia.

      F OF ODag sedan
    • Who knew the Swedes were so foolish?

      NBreNBreDag sedan
    • F O Did you even read? A lock down is pushing forward the problem, not a solution. Sooner or later you will open and I bet you believe the virus magically has disappeared by then? Seems like u are in denial

      Olly HansOlly HansDag sedan
    • it cost you 4000 deaths and only like 7% of stockholm have gained immunity. Sweden messed up and are in denial. Just like they're about everything

      F OF ODag sedan
  • It’s because our (Sweden) government don’t know how to handle it. You can see the results of this approach if you look the statistics. Denmark, Germany and Norwegian is doing way better then Sweden. I see the news saying 1/3 of the people in our capital will soon be infected. And the biggest thing is that sweden don’t give testing to everyone. Our government have totally lost it for a long time. And this is just proof of it

    Emma EinarssonEmma EinarssonDag sedan
  • Supermarkets all over Sweden are really suffering from costumer negligence for the recommended social distancing. People are also starting to get lazy with the regulations and gather in larger groups a lot. This man is a dreamer. I am sure many people in Sweden know that as well as I do. Now, that’s the reason for him claiming that it is difficult for people to trust him.

    Mattias JaakkonenMattias JaakkonenDag sedan
  • These guidelines worked well in the beginning, the first few weeks. Stockholm was more or less empty, like a ghost town. Now people are starting to ignore the guidelines. It's not like before but there are plenty of people in bars and restaurants. If 10% of the population don't follow the guidelines it's enough to ruin the strategy. In my opinion the strategy is not working.

    Amar DAmar DDag sedan
  • I’m a Swede and I think it’s appalling how Tegnell can sit there and say “we’re shocked over the deaths and how poorly equipped the nursing homes were” when he and the government did FUCK ALL about it. A toddler could have understood it months ago, how hard it would hit the nursing homes if no precautions were taken. And what’s really amazing is how they still don’t use face masks or anything at the nursing homes. And they don’t use it at clinics either, nor hospitals (unless they are working with covid patients). I imagine this is what this sad excuse of an epidemiologist was thinking: We have a dangerous disease that’s the most harmful to elderly, what do we do? 1) nothing, and hope the nursing homes just deal with it themselves, lol. Oh and we - as the only country in the world - don’t believe in face masks, not even people working with health care and elderly need those pesky things! 2) make guidelines for the country’s nursing homes, make sure they’re properly equipped and that they understand the risks. Focus and protect the at risk population. Guess which choice he and the government (that by the way has gone awol) chose? Still today, after this idiot has been “shocked” for months, nursing homes and clinics dealing with elderly still only use hand sanitizer at most.. For months have we fought with my almost 90 year old grandfather’s caretaker (it’s like regional ambulant nurses going around to many different people during the day, they visit him about 5 times a day) to please use face masks and to NOT be inches from his face when they’re talking to him. It doesn’t matter that he has a poor hearing, YOU CANT FUCKING BE THAT CLOSE TO HIM RIGHT NOW. Guess what?? We still have to fight for it, and it’s end of May already and almost 4000 people dead. And they’re still not using facemasks. Why? Because the idiot Tegnell says facemasks don’t help 🤪

    Linnaea BorealisLinnaea Borealis2 dagar sedan
  • I live in Taiwan now and they haven't shut down much of anything. Everything has been normal. Public transit is still packed, but we've been wearing surgical masks since January. All is well over here!

    MGH 505MGH 5052 dagar sedan
  • Tegnell is a liar and a psychopath

    K SK S2 dagar sedan
    • Nope.

      Neptunus9Neptunus9Dag sedan
  • Sweden is fantastic!

    Nordan VikenNordan Viken2 dagar sedan
    • 4000 deaths does not sound fantastic

      F OF ODag sedan
  • Trevor Noah asked some excellent questions. He is a good interviewer.

    Jim NovackJim Novack2 dagar sedan
  • And the "great" result is that Sweden have more than twice the number of deaths per million compared to its Nordic neighbours, Denmark and Norway......

    Alexander IshereAlexander Ishere2 dagar sedan
    • It's got even worse over time. It's now 4 times Denmark's and nine times Norway's.

      Chris MurrayChris MurrayDag sedan
  • Hes lying. The hospital in my area has shut down

    The Shock!The Shock!2 dagar sedan
    • @The Shock! okej intressant, fortfarande inte säker på vilket sjukhus du menar. Men han säger ju faktiskt "alla som behöver sjuksäng i sverige kan få det", inte något om ett specifikt sjukhus, det finns ju flera större sjukhus belägna i söderort så det är ju inte nödvändigtvis en lögn även om det är som du säger.

      krumme2krumme2Dag sedan
    • @krumme2 Älta, ther is a sing outside were it stand. Inga akut fall tas emot, dom borde inte ta imot andra fall då heller tänker jag

      The Shock!The Shock!Dag sedan
    • Which hospital is that?

      krumme2krumme2Dag sedan
  • I'd be super weary of applying this to America for example.

    vbddfy euuytvbddfy euuyt2 dagar sedan
  • ""If we had to do this over again, I think we should have imposed significantly tougher restrictions from the beginning......We should have known how underprepared we were in healthcare, and elder care. A shutdown could have given us a chance to prepare ourselves, think things through, and radically slow the spread of infection.......I do not think that our strategy will result in the best outcome in the long run." Annika Linde (Tegnell's predecessor). www.businessinsider.com/sweden-coronavirus-strategy-hasnt-been-the-smartest-2020-5?r=US&IR=T

    Chris MurrayChris Murray2 dagar sedan
    • vbddfy euuyt Though, one of the reasons why the death rate in Sweden is so high is the proportion of people in the age group 65+, around 20% of the swedish population.

      Nina HamdahlNina Hamdahl14 timmar sedan
    • And she is right. Sweden currently comes in at #8 regarding deaths per 100,000 citizens worldwide. Their model needlessly killed thousands of people who could live today.

      Wolke StrahlWolke Strahl17 timmar sedan
    • Highest death rate, Swedens govt needs a firing squad

      vbddfy euuytvbddfy euuyt2 dagar sedan
  • "The predecessor of Sweden’s state epidemiologist has broken her silence on the country’s controversial coronavirus strategy, saying she now believes the authorities should have put in place tougher restrictions in the early stages of the pandemic to bring the virus under control." www.theguardian.com/world/2020/may/24/sweden-wrong-not-to-shut-down-says-former-state-epidemiologis

    Chris MurrayChris Murray2 dagar sedan
    • Apologies - the full link is www.theguardian.com/world/2020/may/24/sweden-wrong-not-to-shut-down-says-former-state-epidemiologist Thanks to tapp3r for pointing this out.

      Chris MurrayChris MurrayDag sedan
    • I think he did just fine. He wasn't PRESSURED + frantic like other countries. He respected his citizens enough to let them decide what and how to do it. He respected his citizens enough and understood working and going to school are important to them...and now by doing it his way, he doesn't have a bunch of ANGRY, hopeless, suicidal citizens. He wasn't power hungry. He was logical and sensible. That's the way it should have been done elsewhere.

      Linda McIntoshLinda McIntoshDag sedan
    • Broken link, maybe they removed the article.

      tapp3rtapp3rDag sedan
  • Sweden has the Most death rate in the world (into populatin) . This guy Tegnell is a dork who does not know anything about.Covid 19!!.

    Rst ErwRst Erw2 dagar sedan
  • This is the explanation: www.expressen.se/tv/nyheter/coronaviruset/bjorn-olsen-ratt-av-norge-och-danmark-att-stoppa-svenskar/

    SydvestjydenSydvestjyden2 dagar sedan
  • The really funny thing is that Sweden is doing a lot worse than the US, but everyone seem to think Sweden are handling at all perfectly lol

    barebarebarebare2 dagar sedan
  • Great interview that talks about corona in a sensible way rather then trying to repeat the car crash that "Hardtalk" did in his interview

    embnembn2 dagar sedan
  • JUST COMPARE WITH YOUR NEIGHBORS FINLAND 5.5 MLN POPULATION Last updated: May 24, 2020, <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="1182">19:42</a> GMT Finland Coronavirus Cases: 6,579 Death s: 307 ONLY!!!!!! Recovered: 4,800 AND NORWAY 5.4 MLN POPULATION NORWAY Last updated: May 24, 2020, <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="1182">19:42</a> GMT Norway Coronavirus Cases: 8,349 Deaths: 235 !!!!! EVEN LESSS THAN FINLAND !!!!!!! Recovered: 7,727 SO 7 TIMES LESS THAN SWEDEN IF TO COUNT 100000 OF POPULATION

    V HighlanderV Highlander2 dagar sedan
  • Sweden now has the highest death and infection rate compared to all the Scandanavian countries. So their strategy did not work!

    LBOMendozaLBOMendoza2 dagar sedan
    • The world actually, but comparing countrys with Lockdown vs Sweden......I mean why?

      Axel SvenssonAxel Svensson2 dagar sedan
  • Swedish update: highest mortality rate of them all

    Ludvig NilssonLudvig Nilsson2 dagar sedan
  • Dr Mengele

    Glenn NyquistGlenn Nyquist2 dagar sedan
  • For those using the death in carehomes as indicative of Sweden's failure- remember that in countries that had a really solid lockdown that still remained to be the case...

    Dally SinghsonDally Singhson2 dagar sedan
    • Afaik, it was Tegnell and Giesecke who first raised the issue of care home deaths. They tried to claim the deaths in care homes were indicative of Sweden's success overall. They claimed that because care home deaths were about 50% of Sweden's total, that this somehow explained the high overall Swedish mortality. It doesn't. Other countries also had high percentages of overall deaths in their care homes eg Norway with 60%.

      Chris MurrayChris MurrayDag sedan
  • Vi blir ju inte ens testade vilket är utlovat . Varför...?? Ni sitter och pratar och pratar men inget händer . Hur ska ni veta hur många som kanske haft lindriga symtom, när ni inte utför några tester exempelvis på vårdpersonal??? Så kom till handling istället

    Marita KorneliussonMarita Korneliusson2 dagar sedan
  • Tegnell is crazy and should be fired. Hire the whistleblower instead! So happy to be norwegian right now!

    Kristin MakoKristin Mako2 dagar sedan
  • This approach wasn’t an option in the US because a) Trump’s denial/inaction for two months allowed disasterous conditions with no testing; and Americans embrace black/white thinking, can’t handle complex-anything.

    J PJ P2 dagar sedan
  • I do not know if Tegnell is right or wrong, but as a Swede that have a lot of contact with people from other parts of the 🌎, I do not think that the Swedish model can be copied and applied to other countries as it is now. Look at the context of the spread in a specific country and follow the collected data from the cientists as they learn more. Risk group or not, we should all take responsibility for our own and others health. Stay safe y’all!

    Hear My MelodyHear My Melody2 dagar sedan
  • I personally am so glad i live in norway and not in Sweden, for many reasons.....

    Aqua JuwelAqua Juwel2 dagar sedan
  • Tegnell is so EVIL. Sweden has one insane horrible leftwing liberal feminazi gov. They are murdering the older people on purpose. Swedistan is a nightmare nowadays. The leftwing maffia is allowing the destruction of Sweden. The gov does not want People to be alive. They are anti natural medicine. Swedes live like before. The restaurants are packed every evening. Swedes don’t care. They infect the old sick people in their homes on purpose

    QueenlyQueenly2 dagar sedan
    • Are you fucking high?

      Neptunus9Neptunus9Dag sedan
  • Highest death rate, Swedens govt needs a firing squad

    quotejossquotejoss2 dagar sedan
  • praize to the honesty of Dr. Anders and Swedish Government who take care very well of their people by advising and not imposing empiric sanitary restrictions which implies economic suicide

    Francesco CatalanoFrancesco Catalano2 dagar sedan
  • Good luck to the very brave Swedes exposing their herd to the Coronavirus that the world seems still to know little about.

    PowerOfFemPowerOfFem2 dagar sedan
  • In Tegnell we trust

    mattep74mattep743 dagar sedan
  • So, soon 4.000 deaths here in Sweden... "Sweden is doing good..." SMH

    Yezzz444Yezzz4443 dagar sedan
  • The majority of Swedish people in their 20s live alone and they have a well funded healthcare system.

    Carmen George WeddingsCarmen George Weddings3 dagar sedan
  • Finland: ~300 people dead Sweden: ~6000 people dead Sweden is just a tad bit more bigger as a country.

    Hyv SanHyv San3 dagar sedan
    • 4k dead as of this date. And size of a country does not matter as much as size of population.

      Neptunus9Neptunus9Dag sedan
    • UK with lockdown, 66.6 mil people = 36,757 deaths Ireland with lockdown, 4.9 mil people = 1,592 deaths Sweden without lockdown, 10.2 mil people = 3,529 deaths Deaths per million in population: UK = 547.35 Sweden = 385.44 Ireland = 328.01 Few more examples: Belgium = 806.51 Spain = 612.71 Italy = 539.72 France = 420.68 Now, the punchline: What would be the long term impact and deaths resulting from the lockdown, say, in a year or two to come? Every 1 percent unemployment goes up, 40,000 people die. The actual figure in academic research is a 37,000 increase for each percentage-point rise in the unemployment rate. It comes from a book called “Corporate Flight: The Causes and Consequences of Economic Dislocation” by Barry Bluestone, Bennett Harrison and Lawrence Baker. 20,000 heart attacks, 920 suicides, 650 homicides, 4,000 state mental hospital admissions and 3,300 state prison admissions.

      KLSebaKLSeba3 dagar sedan
    • 4000 dead

      Poitiers732ADPoitiers732AD3 dagar sedan
  • Bra jobbat, herr Tegnell!

    Christel JonssonChristel Jonsson3 dagar sedan
  • I am Norwegian. The discussions are interesting. Whatever the outcome will be in the end, the Swedes has done a very useful job for us.

    John-Tore GundersenJohn-Tore Gundersen3 dagar sedan
    • @jeffen HAHA yeah right. What i ment is that Sweden have a different approach and that even if its tragic with all deaths, we must to try learn something of it. Maby some of the things Sweden have done is right, and some bad. I mean this in best sense. Not to rant anyone.

      John-Tore GundersenJohn-Tore Gundersen13 timmar sedan
    • @jeffen Well to be fair the people who die in covid-19 aren't exactly in combat ready conditions to begin with.

      Daniel BengtssonDaniel Bengtsson19 timmar sedan
    • You mean less enemies when you try to invade us with your oil money?

      jeffenjeffenDag sedan
  • Is this Swedish doctor Mengele still at large?

    dragan krsticdragan krstic3 dagar sedan
  • "The percentage of New York State adults who are overweight or obese increased from 42% in 1997 to 62.7% in 2018." Don't let figures on New York, the fattest and most polluted place on earth, decide how scared you are. Most of New York has a bed to citizen ratio of 1.5/1000. That's pathetic sorry. Japan has 13/1000. Do the maths.

    ßRAINßEAUßRAINßEAU3 dagar sedan
  • When the Daily Show has better interviews than the "real" news...

    obi 1 shenobiobi 1 shenobi3 dagar sedan
    • Hahaha.. The Doctor didnt fall for this presenters desire to look for words that could be used against those who love liberty! I feel sorry for the presenter.. He is Corona-Phobic

      ceerw butyceerw buty3 dagar sedan
  • Quite funny. On the first hand, you guys in the US hate your president and his way of fighting the virus - but on the other hand you seem to be impressed by how our swedish government is doing it. Sweden has currently the most deaths per capita in the whole world.

    Patrik TikkanenPatrik Tikkanen3 dagar sedan
    • were the most deaths comes from too.

      ceerw butyceerw buty3 dagar sedan
  • (Updated for May 24.) Annika Linde, Anders Tegnell's predescessor, Sweden's state epidemiologist from 2005-2013, says Sweden has got its COVID-19 reponse wrong. www.theguardian.com/world/2020/may/24/sweden-wrong-not-to-shut-down-says-former-state-epidemiologist www.tagesspiegel.de/politik/fast-4000-coronavirus-tote-in-schweden-wir-sind-in-einer-schrecklichen-situation-gelandet/25855760.html It's now May 23, 22 days after Anders Tegnell was interviewed by Trevor Noah. Sweden's official COVID-19 death toll is now 3,925 compared to 2,854 on May 5, an increase of 1,071, a 38% increase. Sweden's COVID-19 fataility rate has increased from 288/million to 396/million. Even the US hasn't exceeded 300/million. Sweden's fatality rate is now the highest in Europe since May 5, and the Swedes are naturally defensive, while Denmark, Norway, Germany, France, South Korea, Taiwan, and the PRC are all reopening with fewer TOTAL new cases, fatalities, and action plans to dealt with outbreaks, even though almost all of them have far greater populations than Sweden. There is opposition to the status quo in Sweden, and the flowers to memorialize the dead stack up. Most respected economists don't believe Sweden will benefit economically from the no lockdown policy. WIth World War II in mind, it seems clear what Sweden's cultural priorities are -- a high value on life isn't at the top. It would be nice to hear what Alfred Nobel would have to say about what's going on in 2020 Sweden. There is no reason why things have to stay the way things are in Sweden except for the Swedes themselves. If that's not their choice, then someone like Tengell will have to say it. Otherwise, Sweden be damned -- just let it keep to itself (to protect the rest of the world), stubborn and deluded.

    D WongD Wong3 dagar sedan
    • How the hell do you do the mathematic? I really don't mind your stupidity, but I do mind blatant lies. So for the benefits of others, deaths per million in population: UK = 547.35 *Sweden = 385.44* Belgium = 806.51 Spain = 612.71 Italy = 539.72 France = 420.68

      KLSebaKLSeba3 dagar sedan
  • Wonderful interview , balanced and fair unlike others I've seen .

    jim holcombejim holcombe3 dagar sedan
  • Scandinavians take responsibilities very seriously. And also they have a wonderful healthcare system. Herd immunity can work perfect in Scandinavia, but I don't think it works here in US due to people no respecting guidelines unfortunately.

    Jay YosiJay Yosi3 dagar sedan
    • guidelines do not create heard immunity exposure to the virus does. all these guidelines do is slow the rate of exposure and slows the development of heard immunity. ignorance is the reason this is going to take a year at least.

      Yanuario AriasYanuario Arias7 timmar sedan
  • There is one thing that most Americans need to understand that Sweden does follow herd immunity guidelines, most of the people are respecting government guide lines (face mask and social distancing and elderly stay home policy), where as here in States, probably 50% of the people don't follow guidelines(due to the so called "my civil liberty" mind set) and that is why we cannot do it here in US what Swedish does in Sweden.

    Jay YosiJay Yosi3 dagar sedan
  • Fantastic interview! Thank you!

    JeliJeli3 dagar sedan
  • Why is a man that in realety has chosen to kill off about 3000 old people looked opon as a hero by the media?

    Ulf OlavUlf Olav3 dagar sedan
  • Han måste åtalas till folk mord. Som Mladic och Karadjic

    kattunggakattungga3 dagar sedan
  • The COVID v flu comparison has been made endlessly for months, mainly by people like Donald Jonah Trump, Boris Johnson in the UK, Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil, and Anders Tegnell's mentor, Johan Giesecke, in Sweden. They are directly responsible for the excessively large death tolls in their countries. The flu comparison wasn't valid in January or February or March or April. It's still not valid. It's becoming less valid over time. It's ignorant propaganda rather than science. There weren't lorryloads of coffins/bodies coming out of Italian hospitals in the flu season. There weren't mass graves being dug in Brazil during flu season. The world COVID death toll is already past 340,000 and still rising steeply, even if it has slowed a little. And confirmed cases are still rising steeply, with no slackening. A second wave this year is regarded as being quite possible, even likely. There is no vaccine. There is no treatment. In late February, New York announced "A Record 131,604 Lab-Confirmed Flu Cases Reported This Season". How many confirmed COVID cases has New York had so far? Over 350,000. And lastly, COVID is in addition to flu, not instead of it. Time to retire the "little flu" canard.

    Chris MurrayChris Murray3 dagar sedan
  • I am a Swede, thank you for sharing our reality with your viewers. We are not under lock down but we get frustrated with the limitations we have here as well, but at the same time we believe in our government and Anders Tegnell. They have done a great job so far keeping us safe, financially and psychologically. Unfortunately the death toll is mostly related to elderly homes, but they are now doing everything in their power to make sure that it won´t happen again in the future. The society is changing and we are learning a new way of life and together we will make it.

    nairi2abnairi2ab3 dagar sedan
    • Privat och äldrevård hör inte ihop. Girighet har dödat dom äldre. VINSTER till aktieägarna är viktigare så tänker dom. Vänta bara dom ska få sitt straff när corona ebbat ut.

      tom engtom eng3 dagar sedan
  • Here in Ireland many of the measures the health authorities and government introduced to combat the virus have been followed also, willingly and not by government diktat. No-one has forced older people to stay home but they do so because they trust the authorities. No-one is forcing people to socially distance or wash their hands but we do so. Sweden is not the only country where people can be trusted to do the right thing if given accurate and reliable information.

    greenknittergreenknitter3 dagar sedan
  • All failed! Economy went bad anyways and we had way more deaths than All the Scandinavian numbers together. Only 8% in Stockholm had corona and a lot of people lost their jobs

    Marzio VenoMarzio Veno3 dagar sedan
    • @Lenin our savior I will explain this to you: The reason why they've decided to keep people at work and Sweden "open" it's because they wanted to keep people at work and the economy running. This said unfortunately not even the people got afraid and start not going to do shopping anymore, bars, streets empty etc, therefore that brought especially Stockholm to have way less economy running anyways. So despite they meant to keep the economy running while focus only on targeting "some" of the issues, data today 23rd of May are showing the facts of a complete disaster. And this is a correct and objective answer at your question. There's plenty of data online you can search if you like. My only hope is that they will bring some other measures, ASAP- Also the gov only gave money to people jobless with high salary's positions. So who was with lowest salary in January cannot access to their "support" as well. It's not equal and not a victory at all. Stay safe x

      Marzio VenoMarzio Veno3 dagar sedan
    • When did they say that the economy wouldn’t go bad?

      Lenin our saviorLenin our savior3 dagar sedan
  • Tegnell is full of bullshit!!! We have the highest death rate in the world even that there just showing the deaths from intensive care and not from people that are dying in old nursing homes or people dying home. The real numbers are above 5000 deaths and if you compare that Sweden is around 10 million, its like having 165000 deaths in the US. So is Tegnell doing a good job as he is saying? I live in Sweden and I must say NO he is not. People are dying and nobody is even doing or telling the public what's really going on.

    PrespaPrespa3 dagar sedan
  • Scientific evidence for mask wearing seproject.info/it/video/rZiB2Wqtrn_UfaQ

    V HighlanderV Highlander3 dagar sedan
  • Scientific evidence for mask wearing @ Sweden does not impose mask low and staying at home - it would BE reduced thousands severe corona cases .. Last updated: May 23, 2020, <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="329">05:29</a> GMT Sweden Coronavirus Cases: 32,809 Deaths: 3,925 !!!!!!!! This is Swedish Holokost Recovered: 4,971 Compare this : FINLAND has imposed mask law and staying at home .. result Last updated: May 23, 2020, <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="872">14:32</a> GMT Finland Coronavirus Cases: 6,568 Deaths: 306--- only !!!! Recovered: 4,800

    V HighlanderV Highlander3 dagar sedan
  • Trevor I'm from Sweden, why don't you ask him what category of people are dying? Why don't you ask him of what they are dying? Why don't you ask him how many of the deaths reported have nothing to do with Covid19. 90% of the dead are all over 70 years old, the other 10% had other health problems. 99% did not die from covid19 they died of old age, or other health problems they had. 99% of the Covid19 cases are marked as covid19 but have very little to do with covid19, they are marked as covid19 do to the order from the top that they must mark them as Covid19 for safety or other reasons. Best greetings from Sweden

    Dr J PDr J P3 dagar sedan