Loved and Loathed, Sweden's Anti-Lockdown Architect Is Unrepentant Loved and Loathed, Sweden's Anti-Lockdown Architect Is Unrepentant

As the architect of Sweden's unorthodox response to the coronavirus pandemic, Anders Tegnell has got used to receiving death threats and being urged to resign.Reuters Health Information
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