In contrast to the lockdowns in other European countries Sweden imposed very few coronavirus restrictions. Many of the country’s inhabitants back the ‘light touch’ policy. But those who have lost loved ones are angry.
Sweden's head of virus response has denied the World Health Organization's claim that the country is experiencing "accelerated transmission." He says rising numbers are down to increased testing.
Sweden was the last EU country with a travel ban from the German Foreign Ministry. Meanwhile, a new study says deaths from HIV and malaria could rise due to the pandemic. Follow DW for the latest.
Sweden's coronavirus strategy has led to a death rate much higher than that of its neighbors. DW's Conflict Zone asks the Swedish foreign minister if the country badly miscalculated its pandemic policy.
Germany and France were among those to reopen borders. But the right to travel will depend on where you live and where you are going. DW has the overview of what's happening where on Monday.
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