A tale of two countries: the costs of lifting restrictions
In Sweden, with no lockdown: Consumer spending down 25%, 3679 deaths.
In Denmark, with lockdown: Consumer spending down 29%, 547 deaths.
Nearly seven times as many deaths for to bump spending by 4%. What choice would you make?
Sweden's central bank is also predicting a 7-10% reduction in GDP for 2020. Unemployment up to 10% too - although they started at a higher baseline.
They seem to be taking a bigger hit than we are.