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U.S. | 22 Apr 2020 Southern U.S. States Set to Try to Emulate Sweden, Will it Work?
The re-opening of businesses in Georgia, South Carolina and Tennessee, starting this week and expanding next week, comes as the rate of increase of confirmed Covid-19 infections in these states remains much faster than in European countries where lockdowns have started to ease.

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22 Apr 2020 Southern U.S. States Set to Try to Emulate Sweden, Will it Work?

By Ian Shepherdson

The re-opening of businesses in Georgia, South Carolina and Tennessee, starting this week and expanding next week, comes as the rate of increase of confirmed Covid-19 infections in these states remains much faster than in European countries where lockdowns have started to ease.

Posted: 22nd Apr 2020 in 'U.S.'

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