Sweden [is] bucking the European trend in its response to the coronavirus pandemic by remaining open for business. In this street in Stockholm there’s not much evidence of social distancing. And the shops are open, even though the official advice is to stay at home and work there. Primary schools are open as well, with officials claiming that children aren’t major transmitters of the virus and that, otherwise, somebody else has to look after them. Cafes and restaurants are open too.