Sweden isn't on a national lockdown amid coronavirus—Here's why

Unlike its neighbors, Sweden did not impose a lockdown amid the coronavirus outbreak. The strategy is aimed at building a broad base of immunity while protecting at-risk groups like the elderly has proved controversial. But Sweden's chief epidemiologist has said "herd immunity" could be reached in Stockholm within weeks. However, "It's a myth that life goes on as normal in Sweden," according to Sweden's Foreign Minister Ann Linde.
Wed, Apr 22 20201:26 PM EDT