Anders Tegnell and the Swedish COVID experiment
The controversial epidemiologist believes lockdown is "using a hammer to kill a fly" — could he be proven right? At the beginning of 2020, Anders Tegnell was the relatively unknown leader of Sweden's Public Health Agency. Now, after leading a sharply different response to the coronavirus pandemic than other countries, some people are tattooing his face on their shoulders, while others call for his immediate resignation. Richard Milne interviews the divisive figure for the Financial Times.
From Financial Times