瑞典国王说随着死亡人数的上升,”我们失败了“。瑞典的大流行实验因冠状病毒病例激增而结束 从禁止大型聚会到停课,瑞典人现在正进入冬季,面临各种限制

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不想写的文字,瑞典现在的疫情。。。

来源: 妈妈的故事 于 2020-10-22 01:33:25

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早上朋友来信息希望知道瑞典的疫情。因为她担心留学留在瑞典的孩子,希望我推荐可靠的公众号,可是我还真的不知道有什么公众号可以推荐。写瑞典信息的朋友好像都没有放在公众号上。

只有我来写一段了。瑞典现在有记录的感染是十万六千三百八十人。因为病毒感染死亡五千九百二十二人。刚刚报道新增加
4人死亡。
秋天的病毒感染在欧洲大陆又开始快速蔓延(图
5)瑞典还不算增加得最快的。还在粉红区域。不过斯德哥尔摩早上已经是零下几度的日子,瑞典北方已经开始下雪了。所以人们会大部分时间呆在室内。这让病毒传染更严重。

离首都斯德哥尔摩
75公里远的大学城Uppsala今天被给予特殊要求,叫大家2周内尽量减少见面和应用公共交通。因为Uppsala的病毒感染增加得太快太快了!

瑞典有中学和小学都因为在短时间内大量感染而关闭学校。

今天一篇文章讲到瑞典太多老人因为病毒感染去世。而更为悲惨的是从
328日开始到930日老人院的老人都被隔离,十月一日孩子才可以去探视老人院的父母。6个月的时间,老人在老人院里见不到孩子,看见报道说孩子们不知道老人院是什么情况,往往被通知然后通过手机和老年的父母做最后的告别,或者隔着窗户远远招招手。真的是看着非常让人难过。那篇文章是说这几个子女3月份决定把97岁的母亲接回家,说好了如果出现意外兄弟姐妹不能够互相责备。然后带着母亲喝咖啡看花草陪着母亲谈天说地。过得很开心。还好把他们的老母亲接回来了。因为那个老人院也是被感染严重了。那几个瑞典的孩子可能也是560岁的人了,觉得做了非常正确的决定。

(国内对老年人没有那样的隔离,老人们隔离了不到
2个月。在贵阳322日家里90岁的老母亲就和她的老姐妹们“复工复产”打麻将了。现在老母亲的80岁左右的朋友们,还被旅游团用专列带着到处旅游呢)国庆节假期5.5亿人在国内挤来挤去,没有疫情发生。的确现在中国国内是最安全的地方了。。。

根据世卫组织最新实时统计数据,截至欧洲中部夏令时间
10201147分(北京时间10201747分),全球累计确诊新冠肺炎病例超过4千万(40114293例)累计死亡超过一百一十万(1114692例。)。

这个病毒不知道什么时候可以控制,什么时候是个头。。。

以前以为万里之遥只是一张机票。来来回回都容易。今年已经过去快
300天了,国内还可以飞来飞去。而国外,哪里都不容易去了。。。

瑞典疫情我好久不写了。是因为一写就心里难过得很。也会越写越生气,为瑞典政府一开始的不检测不作为的方式,为瑞典政府对老人的简单粗暴一直隔离的方式,为现在还在讨论带口罩的利弊不鼓励带口罩的方式。。。

最近一个星期,瑞典确诊病例增加
5726人,平均每天增加954例。(瑞典只有一千万人,和青岛差不多。青岛刚刚有疫情,发现源头采取紧急检测和追踪又扑下去了)现在上下班高峰期瑞典公共交通有75%的占有率拥挤率了,还是很少有人带口罩。2周前瑞典的新规定是家里有病毒感染的人,另外的人也要在家里一起不要去上班,国家发工资。但是孩子们仍然要去幼儿园或者学校,问题是,谁去送孩子?哪怕孩子没有生病,有传染性的父母送孩子到处走,那样的隔离一周有没有意义。。。
其实这个病毒就是来考验人性的。病毒对年轻人对强壮的身体影响不大。是所谓“弱肉强食,适者生存,优胜劣汰”的达尔文进化论的一个见证。现在大家想做的是以人类自己的能力与自然界的发展方式抗争。现在是用强壮的人,年轻人的牺牲时间金钱和自由,靠政府来控制大部分的人的生活,隔离大家一定的时间,来换取保护老人保护病人生存下去的权利。各个国家的选择不同,结果非常不同。这些都需要花钱。花很多很多的钱。隔离,牺牲很多行业(比如航空,比如旅游,比如进出口贸易)。钱重要还是命重要,弱者,老年人和生病的人的生命是不是值得挽留,这是一个很多人不想回答的问题。。。

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我还以为已经免疫了,这几千的确诊病例也不比加拿大好。

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"It’s time for partying in nightclubs to stop": Sweden limits clubs to 50 people
From Amy Cassidy in Glasgow

Nightclubs where dancing is permitted will be limited to a capacity of 50 people in Sweden, Prime Minister Stefan Lofven announced Thursday.
“It’s time for partying in nightclubs to stop,” said Lofven, adding: “It is disrespectful to health care staff, who have worked hard, day and night, when they open a newspaper and see photos from packed nightclubs and dance floors.”
The tightening of nightclub restrictions -- still lenient compared with other European countries where nightlife has all but ceased -- comes as the country sees a spike in coronavirus infections.
Sweden reported 1,614 new cases in the past 24 hours. The record was set on Tuesday with 3,180 new cases, according to Johns Hopkins University data.

Venues that don’t allow for dancing but serve food and beverages for seated customers at a safe distance do not have to limit numbers.

Meanwhile rules on sporting and other events have been relaxed to allow up to 300 spectators where they can be seated at a safe distance. Currently, 50 spectators are allowed.

The changes will come into effect on November 1.
 

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法国昨天超过巴西,排第三,确诊4万多。

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France "paying the price" for ending lockdown too soon, health official says

From Gaëlle Fournier in Paris

A patient infected with Covid-19 sits on her bed in the infectious diseases unit of the Gonesse hospital in Gonesse, north of Paris, on October 22.

A patient infected with Covid-19 sits on her bed in the infectious diseases unit of the Gonesse hospital in Gonesse, north of Paris, on October 22. Christophe Archambault/AFP/Getty Images

France is paying the price for ending the coronavirus lockdown too quickly, said Gilles Pialoux, the head of infectious diseases at Tenon Hospital in Paris.

The country reported a new record for daily coronavirus infections on Thursday, with 41,622 new cases in a 24-hour period, according to numbers released by the French Health Agency.

It will be “really difficult to avoid a (second) lockdown given the circulation of the virus," Pialoux told BFM Friday.

France is “paying for an end of lockdown that happened too quickly, a summer that was too careless, and a new school year that was not anticipated enough,” he added.

He said local lockdowns or lockdowns “by population group” could be the solution. The doctor added the circulation of the virus among the “20-30 year old” age group was “far beyond” the rest of the population.
Martin Hirsch, the head of Paris Public Hospitals, said the second wave “could be worse than the first one."
Hirsch told RTL radio on Friday of a “fearsome” situation, calling on all French people to adapt their behaviors to combat the epidemic and prevent intensive care units from being saturated.
 

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British study shows evidence of waning immunity to Covid-19
From CNN's Jen Christensen

A study of hundreds of thousands of people across England suggests immunity to the coronavirus is gradually wearing off -- at least according to one measure.

Researchers who sent out home finger-prick tests to more than 365,000 randomly selected people in England found a more than 26% decline in Covid-19 antibodies over just three months.
"We observe a significant decline in the proportion of the population with detectable antibodies over three rounds of national surveillance, using a self-administered lateral flow test, 12, 18 and 24 weeks after the first peak of infections in England," the team wrote in a pre-print version of their report, released before peer review.
"This is consistent with evidence that immunity to seasonal coronaviruses declines over 6 to 12 months after infection and emerging data on SARS-CoV-2 that also detected a decrease over time in antibody levels in individuals followed in longitudinal studies."
The study was published Monday by Imperial College London and Ipsos MORI, a market research company. At the beginning of the study, in June, 6% of those who took the tests had IgG antibody responses to the coronavirus, they reported. By September, just 4.4% of them did. For health care workers, the rates stayed about the same.

Antibodies are the proteins your body naturally generates to fight infection. IgG are one type -- the tests were not designed to detect other types of antibodies. Other research teams have found that other types of antibodies may persist longer than IgG does.

The results also confirm earlier studies that showed that people who did not have symptoms of Covid-19 are likely to lose detectable antibodies sooner rather than those who had more severe infections.

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TWICE to study antibodies - and says results show that hopes of herd immunity are futile
  • Dr Alexander Chepurnov, 69, reinfected himself with Covid-19 as part of a test
  • His second infection was far more serious and required him to be hospitalised
  • He says hopes for herd immunity are futile due to antibodies falling rapidly
  • The Institute of Clinical and Experimental Medicine professor studies antibodies
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PUBLISHED: 12:01 EST, 28 October 2020 | UPDATED: 16:54 EST, 28 October 2020

A professor who in an experiment infected himself with Covid-19 to become ill with the virus for a second time says hopes for herd immunity are overblown.
Dr Alexander Chepurnov, 69, first caught coronavirus on a skiing trip to France in February.

After recovering back home in Siberia without requiring hospitalisation, he and his team at the Institute of Clinical and Experimental Medicine in Novosibirsk launched a study into coronavirus antibodies.

They studied 'the way antibodies behaved, how strong they were, and how long they stayed in the body' and found they decrease rapidly, he said.

Dr Alexander Chepurnov (pictured), 69, in an experiment infected himself with Covid-19 to become ill with the virus for a second time and now says hopes for herd immunity are overblown


Dr Chepurnov at the Institute of Clinical and Experimental Medicine in Novosibirsk, Russia

 

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几千万感染者中,有几个人被二次感染的?
 

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Europe making progress, locking down in fight against coronavirus​

Curfews imposed in Portugal, Hungary Monday, while France, Belgium, Wales showing signs lockdowns working​


 

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Sweden will limit public gatherings to 8, including in bars and restaurants​

From CNN's Amy Cassidy in Glasgow and Henrik Pettersson in London


People eat at a bar in Stockholm on September 19.
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Sweden will ban public gatherings of more than eight people – including in bars and restaurants — as Covid-19 cases surge across the Nordic country that famously opted not to lock down during the first wave of the pandemic.

Prime Minister Stefan Lofven urged fellow Swedes during a press conference Monday: “don’t go to gyms, don’t go to libraries, don’t host dinners, don’t host parties. Cancel.”

He said the pandemic has created a “new norm for the entire society.”

The new government restrictions do not include closing gyms or libraries but people are being urged to be cautious.
“We are living in a trying time — it will become worse — do your duty, take responsibility and stop the spread of the virus,” Lofven said.
The new rule limiting gatherings is expected to start on Nov. 24, pending approval from relevant government consultation bodies.

The restrictions will last for four weeks, although the government warned they could be extended over Christmas and New Year if the situation does not improve.

The latest official health data from this past Thursday shows that Sweden reported 4,519 new cases.

Infections and hospitalizations have risen sharply throughout the autumn. The cumulative 14-day infection rate is approximately 511 cases per 100,000 people, according to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control.

Sweden has registered 177,355 cases and 6,164 deaths since the start of the pandemic.
 

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Little evidence herd immunity stopping coronavirus spread in this country, official says

'The issue of herd immunity is difficult,' Sweden’s top epidemiologist said
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Herd immunity is not stopping the spread of the novel coronavirus in Sweden, an official in the country said this week.


“The issue of herd immunity is difficult,” Anders Tegnell, Sweden’s top epidemiologist, said at a briefing in Stockholm on Tuesday, according to Bloomberg. “We see no signs of immunity in the population that are slowing down the infection right now.”

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To date, Sweden has recorded more than 230,000 virus cases and roughly 6,500 deaths from the disease, according to estimates from Johns Hopkins University. (iStock)

Sweden did not impose a nationwide lockdown, with officials in the country instead relying on "voluntary measures," per Bloomberg, which cited figures that show Swedes have had more COVID-19 exposure than residents in other countries in the Nordic region.

Some have called Sweden’s response to the virus a “disaster,” while other experts, including Dr. Anthony Fauci, top infectious disease expert in the U.S., who has proclaimed the concept of herd immunity to be “nonsense and very dangerous.”

AMERICANS SHOULD BE WARNED OF CORONAVIRUS VACCINE SIDE EFFECTS, MEDICAL EXPERTS SAY

“Quite frankly, that is nonsense and anybody who knows anything about epidemiology will tell you that that is nonsense and very dangerous,” Fauci said.

(His comments came after Daniel Klaidman, editor in chief at Yahoo News, questioned whether herd immunity were a viable strategy in the U.S., citing The Great Barrington Declaration and reports that some White House officials have embraced the approach. The Declaration, penned by professors at Harvard, Oxford and Stanford universities, calls for “focused protection” by letting young, low-risk populations carry on with their lives and naturally becoming infected while protecting those at high risk.)

In an interview with New Statesman in October, Tegnell defended his country’s response to the virus.

"In common with other countries we’re trying to slow down the spread as much as possible. ... To imply that we let the disease run free without any measures to try to stop it is not true,” Tegnell told the publication at the time.

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“I want to make it clear, no, we did not lockdown like many other countries, but we definitely had a virtual lockdown,” Tegnell continued. “Swedes changed their behavior enormously. We stopped traveling even more than our neighboring countries. The airports had no flights anywhere, the trains were running at a few percent of normal service, so there were enormous changes in society.”

To date, Sweden has recorded more than 230,000 virus cases and roughly 6,500 deaths from the disease, according to estimates from Johns Hopkins University.

Fox News' Kayla Rivas contributed to this report.

 
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Sweden's pandemic experiment ends amid spiking coronavirus cases​

Swedes are now heading into winter facing restrictions, from a ban on large gatherings to school closures​

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What US can learn from Sweden's handling of COVID pandemic

Former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson, author of 'Unreported Truths about COVID-19 and Lockdowns,' and Phil Kerpen, president of the Committee to Unleash Prosperity, join Laura Ingraham with insight.

Sweden’s Covid-19 experiment is over.

After a late autumn surge in infections led to rising hospitalizations and deaths, the government has abandoned its attempt—unique among Western nations—to combat the pandemic through voluntary measures.

Like other Europeans, Swedes are now heading into the winter facing restrictions ranging from a ban on large gatherings to curbs on alcohol sales and school closures—all aimed at preventing the country’s health system from being swamped by patients and capping what is already among the highest per capita death tolls in the world.

JURY STILL OUT ON SWEDEN’S ‘EXPERIMENT’ ON CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC MANAGEMENT, EXPERTS SAY
A man wearing a face shield is handed a COVID-19 self-test at a sampling site in a car park at Svågertorp station in Malmö, Sweden, Friday, Nov. 27, 2020. People with symptoms can perform the test on themselves in their vehicle. (Johan Nilsson/TT via AP)

A man wearing a face shield is handed a COVID-19 self-test at a sampling site in a car park at Svågertorp station in Malmö, Sweden, Friday, Nov. 27, 2020. People with symptoms can perform the test on themselves in their vehicle. (Johan Nilsson/TT via AP)

The clampdown, which started last month, put an end to a hands-off approach that had made the Scandinavian nation a prime example in the often heated global debate between opponents and champions of pandemic lockdowns.

Admirers of the Swedish way as far as the U.S. hailed its benefit to the economy and its respect for fundamental freedoms. Critics called it a gamble with human lives, especially those of the most vulnerable. With its shift in strategy, the government is now siding with those advocating at least some mandatory restrictions.

When the pathogen swept across Europe in March, Sweden broke with much of the continent and opted not to impose mask-wearing and left known avenues of viral transmission such as bars and nightclubs open, leaving it to citizens to take their own precautions.

Read more at the Wall Street Journal.
 

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国会众院议长南希·佩洛西2月24日到访旧金山华埠。她此行的目的是为了向游客和当地民众发声,呼吁不要因为新型冠状病毒而害怕进入华埠。

佩洛西走访了金门签语饼工场、当地的餐具店The Wok Shop,还在一家中餐厅吃了早茶。

有商户向佩洛西表示,受疫情影响,他们近日的生意平均大减七成。


佩洛西表示,旧金山已经采取了适当的预防措施,她觉得华埠非常安全,希望其他人也能照常来访。


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数字不能代表一切,现在住院死亡比第一波低的多。
考虑到现在各国的测试能力提高了十倍到几十倍,可能第一波感染数字只有实际情况的几分之一。
另一种可能是病毒的杀伤率大大减弱了。 不管哪一种情况,现在数字要缩减几倍才能和第一波比较严重性。

 

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数字不能代表一切,现在住院死亡比第一波低的多。
考虑到现在各国的测试能力提高了十倍到几十倍,可能第一波感染数字只有实际情况的几分之一。
另一种可能是病毒的杀伤率大大减弱了。 不管哪一种情况,现在数字要缩减几倍才能和第一波比较严重性。
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第二浪的死亡率虽然大大低于第一浪,但是也使得付出了很大牺牲的瑞典不得不结束群体免疫试验政策,开始采取各种限制措施。
 
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