Sweden's powers that be have been amply criticized for not imposing a severe lock-down by those who want severe lock-downs. The critics projected doom for Sweden. That has not been the case.
Of course, there is some evidence for either side. Sweden's experience is worse than its closest neighbors Norway, Finland, and Denmark, which had lock-downs. On the other hand, Sweden's experience is better than its European neighbors Belgium, Spain, Italy, United Kingdom, and France. Where Sweden's experience stands versus all of them or all countries is hard to say because there are so many relevant variables and differences -- time, ages in population, population density, extent of international travel, extent of testing, personal behavior, quality of health care, etc.
The article claims that Sweden's fatality rate is lower than four countries, France not one of them. It then claims Sweden's fatality rate is higher than France's. This is incorrect if fatality rate means deaths/cases. The following are the numbers from here thru 8/29/2020.