CNN 20 Nov 2020

Swedish doctors are frustrated with nation's lack of tough measures


Sweden has been relying on a relatively more relaxed Covid-19 strategy, but with the coronavirus surging again, front line doctors tell CNN they are frustrated with the lack of tougher measures. CNN's Phil Black reports.

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