January 17, 2021
Health News

Sweden’s population is losing confidence in the country’s strategy to combat COVID-19 – MarketWatch

The Swedish public is losing confidence in the countrys strategy to tackle the coronavirus pandemic, with many worried about the capacity of the nations healthcare system. The populations confidence in the authorities ability to combat COVID-19 has fallen to 42% from 55% last month, according to a national poll conducted by daily newspaper DN and market research firm Ipsos. It also found that 82% of people were either somewhat or very worried about whether Swedens healthcare system could meet the…

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