Dr. Anders Tegnell - Sweden’s Decision Not to Impose Quarantine | The Daily Social Distancing Show බාගන්න

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  • 2020 මැයි 5

  • Sweden state epidemiologist Dr. Anders Tegnell discusses his country’s decision not to impose quarantine in the face of coronavirus and its consequences. #DailyShow #TrevorNoah #AndersTegnell Subscribe to The Daily Show: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwWh... Follow The Daily Show: Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheDailyShow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thedailyshow Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedailyshow Watch full episodes of The Daily Show for free: http://www.cc.com/shows/the-daily-sho... Follow Comedy Central: Twitter: https://twitter.com/ComedyCentral Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ComedyCentral Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/comedycentral About The Daily Show: Trevor Noah and The Daily Show correspondents tackle the biggest stories in news, politics and pop culture. The Daily Show with Trevor Noah airs weeknights at 11/10c on Comedy Central.

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  • eponack
    eponack මාස 4කට පෙර

    Responsibly governing themselves. The majority of Americans have already proven we wouldn’t be able to do that.

  • gronsakthefirst
    gronsakthefirst මාස 4කට පෙර

    This is maybe one of the best interviews I've seen with our State Epidemiologist. Calm, actually letting him say everything he has to say, asking relevant follow ups and not accusing him of ignoring the problems that has been shown during the crisis.

  • Daniel Eneström
    Daniel Eneström මාස 4කට පෙර

    Comprehensive and respectful interview, unlike a lot of the sensationalism coming out of international news about Sweden these days. Kudos to you for asking smart questions and actually listening to the answers.

  • obi 1 shenobi
    obi 1 shenobi මාස 4කට පෙර

    When the Daily Show has better interviews than the "real" news...

  • caleberiel
    caleberiel මාස 4කට පෙර (සංස්කරණය කළ)

    Mom recently got diagnosed with lung cancer, and went on sick leave keeping 80% of her salary from day 1. she was admitted, had surgery and spent 5 nights at the hospital. She is about to start treatment. She was billed about 10 bucks/night cus... yaknow... they had to provide her food and the bed. Her treatment will be covered by our universal health care. From what i read, in the US she would have been looking at up to 200k in surgery and treatment. In Sweden, an ambulance ride is 15 bucks, in the US up to around 2k.

  • Marvin A
    Marvin A මාස 4කට පෙර

    A couple of things stand out:

  • Moonster Girl
    Moonster Girl මාස 3කට පෙර

    "well doctor, thank you for your time." Trevor is such a polite boy . We don't really use titles in Sweden so this was a breath of fresh air.

  • ADistantStar
    ADistantStar මාස 4කට පෙර (සංස්කරණය කළ)

    Trevor, I think that you should give up your "night job" and focus your career on broadcast journalism.

  • F Gustafsson
    F Gustafsson මාස 4කට පෙර

    As a fellow Swedish citizen, Me and everyone else that I know are staying home as much as possible. Not necessarily for out own safety, but for our fellow citizens and their well-being, for out loved ones, especially the elderly. We are following the guidelines set up by our government because we believe that they know this better than us. I know absolutely nothing about viruses. So I let other people handle that and to tell me what's best. The same thing comes to me and my clients when it comes to international logistics and international business. Every workplace I know are following strict guidelines, as do mine. I'm proud to be living in a country with such amazing people. People that have the utmost respect for each other. 🇸🇪

  • abc abc
    abc abc මාස 4කට පෙර

    It will be interesting to see the differences between Sweden and Norway, where I live. We've chosen to go the lockdown route, and after 6 weeks we are opening up again, gradually. Tegnell can be right, he can be wrong, but it's important to follow Sweden's results. We have a little over 200 deaths in Norway, Sweden has over 3,000 now, with twice the population of Norway. Will there be a second wave this summer or in the fall? The timing of a vaccine will also play a role. But what will play an even bigger role in the world is the long-term effect on people's health as the world goes into a very deep recession (bordering on depression). Massive unemployment, bankruptcies, poverty etc. - these things will affect people for 10-20 years, and the casualties from them will in all likelihood be greater than those of the virus.

  • 54tisfaction
    54tisfaction මාස 4කට පෙර

    And none of those being hospitalized got a bill afterwards.

  • rabago85
    rabago85 මාස 4කට පෙර (සංස්කරණය කළ)

    7:40

  • jammernaught
    jammernaught මාස 4කට පෙර

    Amazing questions by Trevor Noah. Especially near the end, his questions were so precise and illuminating. They weren't politicizing, nor leading, it was like..."Hey, why are you guys doing this and what is the thinking behind it?" This is actual public service thank you.

  • Alexander Lonnakko
    Alexander Lonnakko මාස 4කට පෙර

    The one bad thing about our (Sweden's) approach, the death toll, has nothing to do with our current way of handling the pandemic. The problem was that the government announced a "no visitors" law for all elderly homes 3 days before the law took effect. That meant that a bunch of morons hurried up and visited their relatives before the lockdown so basically all homes got infected.

  • T. B.
    T. B. මාස 4කට පෙර

    Swedens decision is incredibly courageous and I guess Dr. Tegnell will be right. The experts of many countries are 1) virologists and/or 2) infectiologists. Dr. Tegnell is an epidemiologist and is therefore taking a bigger picture into consideration: It's not about Corona vs. the economy. It's about the short- and long-term impacts of the virus and the lockdowns on all aspects of human health. Sedentary lifestyles, increased alcohol consumption, worsening mental health, thrombosis, and under-treatment / delayed treatment of many disease - all being consequences of a lockdown. It's sad that most politicians do only focus on short-term numbers.

  • Jn Mc
    Jn Mc මාස 4කට පෙර

    What Sweden does is not necessarily applicable in all countries. Every country needs to look at its own situation and conditions and act according to that.

  • Toby Hewlett
    Toby Hewlett මාස 4කට පෙර

    The mainstream media has been doing a co-ordinated hit job on Sweden for quite a while now, but it is starting to look like Swedes were the smart ones.

  • MmeDefarge (Expose NYC Meth Labs)
    MmeDefarge (Expose NYC Meth Labs) මාස 4කට පෙර

    There are protests here because people are going hungry, can't pay their rent and bills and losing their little health insurance. A situation very much different from Sweden with it's national health care and sick pay.

  • Jeanine Reble
    Jeanine Reble මාස 4කට පෙර

    I‘m writing from Germany. What a amazing interview. I didn’t see anything what is comparable. No judgements, only questions what matters to understand.

  • Pierre Berglund
    Pierre Berglund මාස 4කට පෙර (සංස්කරණය කළ)

    He is right, most people that is in a risk group is staying home, i been working for home for 3 month now and have people shopping for me when i need. So many people are helping people like me in the risk group. Like he said you cant just compare the deaths in a country, always its a underlying facts on why. I mean its a few other country that has the same pop as Sweden with much higher death rates but you dont hear news talk about them? But like i say there are always underlying facts on why, which many people seem to forget.