BBC’s view on the Swedish strategy. https://www.bbc.com/reel/video/p08bbv0x/why-has-sweden-decided-to-reject-a-lockdown-
On 1/04/20 these countries were relatively unaffected by Covid-19. Different measures seem to be in place. Latvia (sort of lockdown), Estonia (some emergency measures), Lithuania (nationwide quarantine) and Belarus (almost no measures). We follow up these (reliable?) figures.The figures remain amazingly low. Compared to other countries in Europe, very few people seem to die fromContinue reading “Belarus, Estonia, Latvia & Lithuania (29/04/20)”
In these interviews Johan Giesecke explains the reasening behind the Swedisch approach and gives his opinion on the lockdown strategies of other countries.
Mid march Belgium and Sweden seemed in a similar Codvid-19 position. Belgium went in lockdown. Sweden took softer measures. Some experts* warned that Sweden took too few actions. We follow the situation calmly. We know that those figures are not always comparable (probably not all countries give reliable figures). We added Denmark & Norway asContinue reading “Evolution number of deaths Belgium versus Sweden 28/04/20”
The weird shape of the Belgian test curve.
The Brussels University Hospital Laboratory is upset by the government’s management of tests. The Brussels University Hospital Laboratory (LHUB-ULB) is the largest hospital laboratory in the Belgium . Its management and its Covid-19 coordination cell send an open letter to Minister De Backer, in charge of medical equipment and tests, in which they deplore theContinue reading “Open lettre from Belgian largest hospital lab to Minister De Backer, deploring the Covid-19 test strategy”
Take into account that people don’t necessary go to the hospital in the province they live in.
The Belgian hospital figures seem to indicate a positive evolution.