As I said earlier, Sweden is very happy to kill its old people.
According to figures collated by the Our World in Data website, Sweden had 6.08 deaths per million inhabitants per day on a rolling seven-day average between May 13 and May 20.
This is the highest in the world, above the UK, Belgium and the US, which have 5.57, 4.28 and 4.11 respectively.
The population is Sweden remains supportive of the way the Public Health Agency has handled the pandemic.
A survey carried out for Sweden's Civil Contingencies Agency, found that 77 percent of people surveyed out between May 7 and May 10, said they had high confidence in the agency, up from 65 percent at the start of the crisis in March.
The same survey found that that the population was more worried about the pandemic's impact on unemployment, the economy and welfare than it was about the health consequences.
A clear majority, 64 percent, felt the national strategy was "well balanced" between safeguarding public health and protecting the economy.