Sweden’s King Declares ‘Sollective Immunity’ Failure

In fact, in Sweden, which pursued collective immunity, the king himself officially declared the failure to quarantine  Covid-19.

King Carl Gustav XVI of Sweden said in an interview with his annual Christmas TV program “I think we have failed”, the BBC and Telegraph reported on the 17th (local time).

King Gustav, who usually refrains from commenting on politics, criticized the government’s lukewarm Corona 19 response strategy, saying, “Many people have died, and this is terrible” in an interview to be aired on the 21st.

The king said, “The people of Sweden suffered enormously under difficult conditions,” he said. “If you can’t say goodbye to your family and say goodbye to your family, it will be very difficult and will remain scars.”

In recent years, Prince Carl Philip and his wife were tested positive in the royal family, and in the aftermath, the king had to live in self-isolation.

In fact, in Sweden, which pursued collective immunity, the king himself officially declared the failure to quarantine Corona 19.

King Carl Gustav XVI of Sweden said in an interview with his annual Christmas TV program “I think we have failed”, the BBC and Telegraph reported on the 17th (local time).

King Gustav, who usually refrains from commenting on politics, criticized the government’s lukewarm Corona 19 response strategy, saying, “Many people have died, and this is terrible” in an interview to be aired on the 21st.

The king said, “The people of Sweden suffered enormously under difficult conditions,” he said. “If you can’t say goodbye to your family and say goodbye to your family, it will be very difficult and will remain scars.”

In recent years, Prince Carl Philip and his wife were tested positive in the royal family, and in the aftermath, the king had to live in self-isolation

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