It has now gone about 3 weeks since Sweden removed all restrictions and now we can see whether that was a good or a bad move.
What are your thoughts, let me know in the comments!
I just arrived today from my birthcountry Sweden to the harbour at Helsinki.
I was gladly surprized that there were no Covid-19 passports or neither tests required to be shown/done any more.
Im still going to be as natural as I can as a human, a BIG NO for transhumanism.
The whole pandemic is such a huge global scam !
For now I worried about the next step the new digital passport, the finnish government are propaply launching in the nearby future...
I know many many contracting covid past 6 weeks but exactly zero during previous 2 years.
Tests are not avaible any more so people get ill and then healthy again very soon.
I probably hade covid last week but besides from loosing taste/smell, it was the mildest cold ever, unvaccinated as I am
Wish this could happen in Italy (aka- Draghistan 😒) I would love to wake up tomorrow and see that Italy has followed suit, but I am not optimistic. All us over 50's in Italy are simply being discriminated against in the worst possible way. It's illegal, unethical and just wrong. I feel so angry at my adopted country but as my children are here, I would not dream of leaving them. I envy Sweden and Denmark.
"Why is no-one talking about this ?". How about being brainwashed, and money?
Fewer restrictions leads to fewer "tests" which leads to fewer "infections".
Does Sweden currently have ... or did have vaccine mandates?