STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – The head of Stockholm’s health services appealed on Wednesday to national authorities to dispatch specialist nurses and other hospital staff to fight a second wave of COVID infections that has filled intensive care units in the Swedish capital.
Sweden, which has not opted for the lockdown decided by many other European nations, has suffered many times more COVID-19 deaths per capita than its Nordic neighbors. On Wednesday it was almost 7. 300.
Stockholm and the surrounding region belong to 2. 836 deaths among the hardest hit areas. Infection rates are rising again after a break in summer and fall, and the intensive care units are now full.
« We need help, » said Björn Eriksson, Stockholm Region Health Director, at a press conference.
814 COVID-19 patients were treated in Stockholm hospitals and geriatric wards on Wednesday, up from 748 last Friday. Compared to around 1. 100 patients during the spring outbreak of the disease.
With the surge in new cases in recent weeks, the Swedish government tightened restrictions on public gatherings while instructing high schools to switch to distance learning for the remainder of the semester.
On Wednesday the government said it wanted parliament to give it more powers to implement lockdown measures such as closing shopping malls and gyms.
So far, however, the measures have been largely voluntary and the media in the run-up to Christmas were full of images of crowded shopping streets.
Eriksson called for stricter government compliance to ease pressure on the health system.
« Enough is enough. It just can’t be worth it to have a drink and shop for Christmas presents after work . . . The consequences are terrible, « he said.
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