Did Sweden's coronavirus strategy succeed or fail?
Brightly coloured beach towels line the shores of Lake Storsjon, two hours north of Stockholm.
Staycations are popular here this summer, thanks to a slew of travel restrictions imposed on Sweden by other countries, due to its coronavirus infection rate.
Immunity to COVID-19 is probably higher than tests have shown
New research from Karolinska Institutet and Karolinska University Hospital shows that many people with mild or asymptomatic COVID-19 demonstrate so-called T-cell-mediated immunity to the new coronavirus, even if they have not tested positively for antibodies. According to the researchers, this means that public immunity is probably higher than antibody tests suggest...
Swedish newspaper, Sydsvenskan, decided to write an article about Joe Miller's 'In This Together' project and travelled to visit him during a shoot with local business, Rude Food.
The article was produced to find out how Joe has been using his time to help out other freelancers or businesses during the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Coronavirus: How close are we to a vaccine or drug?
Coronavirus is spreading around the world, but there are still no drugs that can kill the virus or vaccines that can protect against it.
So how far are we from these life-saving medicines?
Professor: Half of Sweden's population could be infected in April
By the end of the month, around half of the Swedish population could have caught the coronavirus, according to mathematician, Professor Tom Britton at Stockholm University.