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Sweden Is open for business during its "very high" coronavirus outbreak



The country’s Public Health Agency on March 10 raised the risk level of a community spread of the coronavirus virus to “very high”- the highest grade on a 5 point scale but primary schools remain

open, borders are only partially closed, there are no compulsory quarantines or shutdowns of restaurants, bars, or public spaces. While there is a ban on public gatherings, the 500 person limit is more generous than in other countries.

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foreignpolicy.com   
03-26-20