Who fought the pandemic best: governments or local authorities?

Two European countries who handled the covid-19 pandemic poorly entertain opposite ideas of the root cause. Many British public-health experts believe that the failures in response to the covid-19 pandemic have been the result not just of slow political decision-making, but also of the highly centralized nature of the British state.

In Sweden, with an exceptional number of covid-19 deaths per capita, the government as well as the doctor’s union claims that decentralization of health- and old age care is the main culprit.

Both have probably got it wrong.

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