Cases in the Nordic country have declined sharply over the past few days and on Tuesday only 283 new cases were recorded.
That contrasts with a torrid month of June when daily numbers ran as high as 1,800, eclipsing rates across much of Europe, even as deaths and hospitalisations continued to decline from peaks in April.
At the same time:
…weekly numbers for tests have more than doubled since late May, putting the country in the same bracket as extensively testing nations such as Germany.
Here is the steadily declining Swedish death rate. No need to point out that Denmark and Norway, with their early and swift responses, did much better yet. I am interested in what is the best way to model why Sweden is not doing much worse.