- Based on the risk assessments made internationally and in Sweden, it was difficult to get an overview that it would be as widespread as we have seen, says infection control doctor Gunlög Rasmussen, one year after the first confirmed case in the county.

Today, there are 18,387 confirmed cases in Örebro County and the infection control doctor Gunlög Rasmusen does not rule out a third wave.

- It is not something that must come.

There is a great risk for that, but the crucial thing is how we behave and that we have the strength to last for a few weeks.