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Sweden, which refused to introduce quarantine during the first wave of coronavirus, faced a problem. The country's economy is recovering at a slower pace than expected. This is reported by Bloomberg with reference to the statement of the head of the Central Bank of the Kingdom of Stefan Ingves (Stefan Ingves).
The Swedish public health Agency has found its own forecast for the development of the second wave of coronavirus in the country incorrect. This is reported by The Financial Times. The authorities hoped that the rejection of borders in the spring would help form a collective immunity that would prevent the rise in the incidence of coronavirus in the fall.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the introduction of new restrictive measures in England due to the coronavirus. He made a corresponding statement on Tuesday, September 22, during a speech in the country's Parliament, stressing that there is no talk of returning to the national quarantine yet, Sky News reports.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that the second wave of the coronavirus epidemic is beginning in the country, BBC News reported on Friday.