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瑞典民众可能等不到群体免疫了

瑞典民众可能等不到群体免疫了

Rafaela Lindeberge;彭博社 2020年11月27日
在抗击疫情方面的积极情绪严重滑坡。

如今瑞典全国都弥漫着一种忧虑情绪,瑞典人对该国医疗体系信心不足,在抗击疫情方面的积极情绪严重滑坡。

本周四由《每日新闻》(Daily News)和调研机构Ipsos联合公布的一项民意调查显示,82%的瑞典人对他们的医疗保健系统能否应付所面临的挑战感到“有些”或“非常担心”。受访者对政府抗击疫情能力的信心从10月份的55%降至42%。与此同时,44%的瑞典人认为政府当局在抗击病毒方面做得不够好,上月这一比例还只有31%。

“很显然,感染率在飞升而政府应对乏力,这导致民众的担忧也在急剧攀升。” Ipsos分析师尼克拉斯·卡乐比英对《每日新闻》表示道。

瑞典当局“不封城”的决定从一开始就备受争议。与北欧其他邻国相比,瑞典死亡率奇高。尽管其夏季疫情状况相对稳定,但如今第二轮病毒来势汹汹,瑞典每日病例数量激增,各大医院已经人满为患。截至本周三,已有200多人接受重症监护。

瑞典国家统计局本周早些时候表示,如果新冠病毒与人类共存一个世纪且该国迟迟无法抑制病例数的话,那么这场疫情的负面影响将会削短整国瑞典人的平均预期寿命。

经济合作与发展组织(OECD)近期的一项研究指出,从死亡率和感染率方面综合计算,瑞典一直是欧洲疫情最严重的国家之一,同时它也是防控最弱的国家。

“如果之后还有第三轮疫情,那么瑞典现有的医疗体系会更加超负荷。” 瑞典国家卫生福利委员会部门负责人托马斯·林登于本周二说道。(财富中文网)

编译:陈怡轩

如今瑞典全国都弥漫着一种忧虑情绪,瑞典人对该国医疗体系信心不足,在抗击疫情方面的积极情绪严重滑坡。

本周四由《每日新闻》(Daily News)和调研机构Ipsos联合公布的一项民意调查显示,82%的瑞典人对他们的医疗保健系统能否应付所面临的挑战感到“有些”或“非常担心”。受访者对政府抗击疫情能力的信心从10月份的55%降至42%。与此同时,44%的瑞典人认为政府当局在抗击病毒方面做得不够好,上月这一比例还只有31%。

“很显然,感染率在飞升而政府应对乏力,这导致民众的担忧也在急剧攀升。” Ipsos分析师尼克拉斯·卡乐比英对《每日新闻》表示道。

瑞典当局“不封城”的决定从一开始就备受争议。与北欧其他邻国相比,瑞典死亡率奇高。尽管其夏季疫情状况相对稳定,但如今第二轮病毒来势汹汹,瑞典每日病例数量激增,各大医院已经人满为患。截至本周三,已有200多人接受重症监护。

瑞典国家统计局本周早些时候表示,如果新冠病毒与人类共存一个世纪且该国迟迟无法抑制病例数的话,那么这场疫情的负面影响将会削短整国瑞典人的平均预期寿命。

经济合作与发展组织(OECD)近期的一项研究指出,从死亡率和感染率方面综合计算,瑞典一直是欧洲疫情最严重的国家之一,同时它也是防控最弱的国家。

“如果之后还有第三轮疫情,那么瑞典现有的医疗体系会更加超负荷。” 瑞典国家卫生福利委员会部门负责人托马斯·林登于本周二说道。(财富中文网)

编译:陈怡轩

Swedish confidence in the nation’s strategy to fight the coronavirus pandemic has slumped, with concerns over capacity in the health-care system now almost universal.

A poll by DN/Ipsos published on Thursday showed that 82% of Swedes are either “somewhat” or “very worried” as to whether their health-care system can meet the challenge facing it. Confidence in the authorities’ ability to fight the virus sank to 42% of those polled from 55% in October. Meanwhile, 44% of Swedes fear authorities aren’t doing enough to fight the virus, compared with 31% last month.

“It is quite obvious that the increased rate of infection, combined with the measures that the authorities have taken, have led to a sharp rise in concern,” Nicklas Kallebring, an analyst at Ipsos, told DN.

Sweden’s decision to avoid a lockdown has been controversial from the get-go, as it coincided with a considerably higher death rate than in the country’s Nordic neighbors. After a relatively calm summer, daily cases have started to spike and hospitals are filling up. As of Wednesday, more than 200 people were in intensive care.

The national statistics agency said earlier this week that the impact of the Covid crisis will dent life expectancy in Sweden, after over a century of almost uninterrupted growth.

In a recent OECD study, Sweden consistently ranked among the hardest hit nations in Europe, as measured by relative Covid mortality and infection rates. It was also the slowest at containing transmission.

“In a third wave, the health-care system will be even more strained than it has been so far,” Thomas Linden, a departmental head at Sweden’s National Board of Health and Welfare, said on Tuesday.

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