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New York Reopening; Hindsight On Sweden's Lack of Lockdown
Coronavirus Daily
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New York Reopening; Hindsight On Sweden's Lack of Lockdown

Coronavirus Daily

Kelly McEvers, NPR

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Nowhere in the US has been hit harder by this [COVID-19] pandemic than New York. 21,000 people have died in New York City alone. 30,000 people died statewide—that's more than a quarter of the US deaths.

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More than 4,500 people have lost their lives with COVID-19 here [in Sweden]—one of the highest figures in Europe in relation to population size.

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