What I like about this article is that there is no one right answer to handle this pandemic. With Sweden being an outlier of the “accepted ways”, we are learning a few things because Sweden has done things differently. If Covid 19 goes through three waves, the Swedish example may prove the best answer.
I live in a rural town. A packing plant is a main component of our economy, and because it involved food processing, it was deemed an essential service. A week ago, we had 0 cases of Covid-19 in my town of 15,000. Now we are at 110 (two days ago). The plant cannot run if 20% of the workforce is sick or scared. Maybe the near-total lockdown is the best answer as Covid seems to locking up the economy anyways.