Who was accused of an incorrect interpretation of data on coronavirus


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A leading Swedish Professor Anders Tegnell, speaking for the waiver of strict restrictions due to pandemic coronavirus in favor of a strategy of mass immunity, accused the world health organization (who) in the correct interpretation of data on the incidence of infection in the country. About it writes edition the Daily Mail.

According to the specialist, who has turned Sweden into the list of 11 countries with “dangerous resurgence” of the incidence of incorrectly interpreted data. He called it “a complete misunderstanding” and explained that the surge in the number of cases of infection over the last week is associated with more careful testing of the population, while the number of hospitalizations and deaths from the coronavirus in the whole country reduced, that is not evidence of the deterioration of the situation in Sweden and the decline of the epidemic. Tegnell added that officials who had no contact with the Swedish authorities on this issue.

However, he stressed that such incorrect interpretation of data can strike for Sweden against the background discussing the issue of lifting restrictions on travel for Europeans.

The refusal of Sweden of the introduction of stringent limitations world the pandemic has become a topic of international discussions. In the country to date, a total of 68 390 recorded cases COVID-19, died 5230 patients. This is higher than in other countries of Northern Europe, but the Swedish economy in the first half even managed to show growth.

According to the Johns Hopkins University, by Friday morning, 26 June, the total number of people infected with coronavirus, the world has reached 9 588 717 people. The increase in the number of infected in days made 179,9 thousand. For the entire period of the pandemic died 488 842 infected, 4,82 million people have recovered.

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