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9 5, 7:34pm
> Well compared with yesterday, Denmark had 9 deaths, Sweden 99.
It sounds weird, but it doesn't tell us anything, really. Not when the whole approach is different. What we _can_ compare, is a mortality rate, to see how health care performs. Total number of deaths (per capita) will be the ultimate measure of success (or failure), but these data will be available only after the pandemic.