Swedish central banker tests positive for coronavirus

Swedish central banker tests positive for coronavirus

Sweden’s Central Bank, Riksbank, said on Monday that its Deputy Governor Martin Floden had tested positive for the novel coronavirus. Floden tested positive for the virus on Friday and is believed to have contracted it during a recent holiday in northern Italy. Sweden has confirmed 252 cases of the virus since January with 147 of those in the Stockholm region. There have been no deaths recorded.

pennydreadful
pennydreadful
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The 2 months

So, can we expect a vaccine happening soon, since one of the 1% got infected?

Pringle Dingle
Pringle Dingle 2 months

252 other cases, but it's a big deal if the banker gets sick too? why should I care about him more than the others?

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