Johan Carlson of the Public Health Agency.
Sweden should count on having coronavirus restrictions in place for at least another year, the nation’s top health official said on Sunday as the number of infections here continue to grow.
Public Health Agency director general Johan Carlsson said told Swedish Television that local restrictions might be necessary if an area experiences an outbreak.
That could include measures like keeping people out of public transportation and shops unless they are buying food.
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