I didn't start out going this direction. I was reading a FEE article on a thing the Federal Reserve is doing (incompetently, of course) but stumbled across some interesting things down this side road.
To begin with, FEE itself has a week-old article, “5 Charts That Show Sweden’s Strategy Worked. The Lockdowns Failed." Then they linked to an article invoking Elon Musk's bravado about opening the Almeda Tesla factory despite California lockdown rules ("Tesla is restarting production today against Alameda County rules. I will be on the line with everyone else. If anyone is arrested, I ask that it only be me.") Elsewhere in the article Musk said, "Sweden Was Right" and tweeted this plot:
It's pretty clear that the pandemic was over in Sweden by about mid to late June. According to other public records, the reason for the large number of deaths they had in the exponential growth phase around the start of April and through the first couple of months of decline was due to making the Cuomo mistake and putting active Covid cases into nursing homes.
Musk said this in a reply to Toby Young's Tweet about the Great Barrington Declaration.