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Anders Tegnell and the Swedish Covid experiment – The Financial Times

As coronavirus cases rise in pretty much all other European countries, leading to fears of a second wave including in the UK, they have been sinking all summer in Sweden. On a per capita basis, they are now 90 per cent below their peak in late June and under Norway’s and Denmark’s for the first time in five months. Tegnell had told me the first time we spoke in the spring that it would be in the autumn when it became more apparent how successful each country had been.

https://www.ft.com/content/5cc92d45-fbdb-43b7-9c66-26501693a371

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Are we heading into another Depression? – The Financial Times

The Covid-19 lockdowns have led to the largest rises in unemployment since the 1930s. The Financial Times asked leading economists and market analysts what to expect and what might be done to avert turmoil

https://www.ft.com/content/f544bda2-a3fd-11ea-81ac-4854aed294e5

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UK suffers second-highest death rate from coronavirus – The Financial Times

The absolute number of excess deaths in the UK is the highest in Europe, and second only to the US in global terms, according to data collected by the Financial Times.

Along with the US and Peru, the UK is still registering a large number of excess deaths, although the toll has dropped sharply since the 12,000 weekly peak in mid-April.

https://www.ft.com/content/6b4c784e-c259-4ca4-9a82-648ffde71bf0

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Oxford study: Coronavirus may have infected half of UK population – The Financial Times

https://www.ft.com/content/5ff6469a-6dd8-11ea-89df-41bea055720b