COVID deaths per capita compared to expected deaths for the percentage of people with pre-existing conditions - highlighting Sweden's disastrous outcome.
Belgium Total Lockdown: Deaths 9747 Same population
Sweden Zero Lockdown: Deaths 5310 Same population
This is a perfect example of cherry picking data to justify a conclusion. First of all, why are you selecting Belgium as a comparison to Sweden. Other Scandinavian countries have more similar genetics and demographics to Sweden than Belgium.
Second, Are you expecting the total deaths for all causes to be be elevated markedly in less than six months by COVID? The total deaths from all causes for Sweden in 2019 was 68,000. COVID deaths to date are 5300. Do you expect to see a bar graph change of all-cause deaths to demonstrate a big change with that percentage of increase?