STOCKHOLM | Sweden first recommended wearing a mask on public transport on Friday in a further reversal of its atypical and controversial strategy against the coronavirus.
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The Scandinavian country, struggling with the second wave, will also adopt a series of new restrictions, including the introduction of gauges in shops and the limitation of tables to four people maximum in restaurants, announced Prime Minister Stefan Löfven in a press conference.
More details will follow.