Norman: in Sweden, all companies are open. Time will tell if it’s right

The former second racket of the world, the Swedish tennis player Magnus Norman spoke about the measures the authorities took to combat the spread of coronavirus. Norman noted that while in Sweden are not introduced severe restrictions.

“In Sweden, yet accepted much less severe measures due to pandemic COVID-19. Institutions, including schools, work. Everything is open. But sick people should stay home, not going outside. Time will tell if this is right,” wrote the Swede in his account in “Twitter”.

The outbreak of the disease caused by a coronavirus, was recorded at the end of December 2019 in the most densely populated city in Central China — 12-million city of Wuhan. March 11, the world health organization declared the outbreak COVID-19 pandemic.

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