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The country hailed by lockdown sceptics has suffered one of the worst second waves in Europe.
In Sweden, one of Europe's worst-hit countries, some are furious at the decision not to lock down – but many others are pleased to have been spared draconian measures.
As the country’s Covid-19 death toll has spiralled, support for the government’s unique approach has frayed.
Unlike its Nordic neighbours, the country has refused to impose a lockdown. But some residents fear the authorities are naive.