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3 8, 4:36am
The swedish confirmed cases per capita is half those of the USA. The death rate per capita is around 10% higher then USAs. This does mean that the death/case is probably a lot higher too, but that could be atttributed to there having been a severe spread among care homes for the elderly earlier in the year. Of the 5,7k deaths in Sweden, 3,9k was 80+, less then 600 deaths under 60. I couldn't find a demographics breakdown for the entire USA, as the states appear very divided.