‘No Lockdown’ — Sweden Sees COVID Deaths Plummet Quicker Than ‘Fully-Locked-Down’ UK Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News While the media in the UK is asserting lockdown measures caused COVID-19 deaths and cases to plummet, Sweden saw an even greater drop off in deaths despite enforcing comparatively minor restrictions.
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