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Old 07-09-20, 10:05 AM
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Originally Posted by genec View Post
This also depended on a somewhat well disciplined population...
Yeah the Forbes article touched on that a little too:
“Our study shows that individually driven infection-control measures can have a substantial effect on national outcomes, and we see Sweden as a good example of this case,” said co-auth0r Peter Kasson from the University of Virginia School of Medicine and Uppsala University. “Higher levels of individual action would further suppress the infection, while a complete lack of individual action would likely have led to runaway infection, which, fortunately, hasn’t happened.”

The analysis finds that nearly a third of Swedish residents voluntarily self-isolated.
'Nearly a third' doesn't seem to me like nearly enough to make any difference!
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