It is still too early to draw conclusions about which national Corona pandemic strategies worked, and which did not. There is nevertheless a debate going on about which way is the right to handle it. Sweden’s unusual approach to fighting the pandemic goes against the mainstream and has attracted criticism both from within Sweden, but perhaps more so from other countries which are locking down public life to curb the outbreak. The differences between the Swedish approach and other countries might be overstated but certainly exist. In an article for Fondation Collège de France, Thomas Sterner shares his reflections over the Swedish approach. Read the article here (in French).