Swedes picnic during the annual Midsummer celebrations in Stockholm despite the pandemic. Sweden’s relatively low-key approach to coronavirus lockdowns captured the world’s attention when the pandemic first hit Europe.

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SWEDEN: Joel Munkhammar reveals what the unorthodox ‘Swedish COVID-19 Experiment’ has meant for his family

Main Image: Swedes picnic during the annual Midsummer celebrations in Stockholm despite the pandemic. Sweden’s relatively low-key approach to coronavirus lockdowns captured the world’s attention when the pandemic first hit Europe. Credit: Andres Kudacki/AP

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