Different nations have decide on different responses to Covid-19. In Europe, many nations went into full lockdown and restricted the movement of citizens to stop the spread of the virus. However, one nation: Sweden, took a different approach. They protected nursing homes but left much of their economy open. Certain factories were idled but they put in place social distancing rules, passed out masks and let life go on as normal. Sweden is being held up as an example of how to stay open in the age of Covid-19. Their current case number stands at 15,000 with 660 deaths in the country of 5 million people. What can we learn from these responses as states begin to reopen? In this video we find out the best practices and how we might move forward in the United States.