ESTOCOLMO, 20 mayo Un estudio sueco encontró que
sólo el 7,3 por ciento de los habitantes de Estocolmo
desarrollaron anticuerpos contra COVID-19 a finales de abril, lo
que podría avivar la preocupación de que la decisión de no hacer
cuarentenas en Suecia contra la pandemia pueda traer poca
inmunidad de rebaño en un futuro próximo.
STOCKHOLM, May 20 A Swedish study found that
just 7.3 percent of Stockholmers developed COVID-19 antibodies
by late April, which could fuel concern that a decision not to
lock down Sweden against the pandemic may bring little herd
immunity in the near future.
STOCKHOLM Per Arne Fredin has been at the sharp end of Sweden's policy to buck the norm and avoid a COVID-19 lockdown - a decision that has been hailed as both visionary and irresponsible by public figures around the world. | Video
STOCKHOLM, April 30 Per Arne Fredin has been at
the sharp end of Sweden's policy to buck the norm and avoid a
COVID-19 lockdown - a decision that has been hailed as both
visionary and irresponsible by public figures around the world.
STOCKHOLM While much of Europe remained in lockdown, students played table tennis and made weekend plans at Kunskapsskolan, one of many Swedish schools kept open in a country that bucked the global trend of severe shutdowns to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
STOCKHOLM Sweden's Handelsbanken reported a smaller-than-expected fall in first-quarter net earnings as loan loss provisions caused by the financial strain of the coronavirus pandemic grew less than many analysts had estimated.
OSLO/STOCKHOLM/COPENHAGEN Denmark, Norway and Sweden face some of their worst economic downturns on record this year as the coronavirus pandemic shuts down many businesses, according to a Reuters poll of economists released on Tuesday.
* Repeats expects Swedish economy to shrink 4% in 2020
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STOCKHOLM A spike in novel coronavirus infections and deaths in Stockholm has raised questions about Sweden's decision to fight the outbreak without resorting to the lockdowns that have left much of Europe at a standstill.
STOCKHOLM Sweden's financial watchdog hit lender Swedbank with a record fine of 4 billion crowns ($386 million) on Thursday for serious deficiencies in its anti-money-laundering work and said the bank had withheld information from authorities.