PiS has unofficially adopted the Swedish approach - ... if some people die, that`s their problem, not the government`s.
Like I said that's the only approach that works long term. Treat it like driving a car. We accept that traffic accidents happen and some people will die in them even as we try to do what we can to reduce the numbers and make sure we're not casualties ourselves.
It's known that the virus primarily transmits from prolonged contact indoors with poor ventilation. Early worries about long distance transmission (droplets hanging around in the air for hours) or contact infection from door handles and the like were strongly exaggerated.
Lockdowns just increase the conditions that it spreads in (while simultaneously weakening people's immune systems). And there's no reason to believe that any government would used temporarily reduced infection numbers to shore up the healthcare system because that's not how elected politicians think.... anywhere.
I was in favor (or not opposed) to the original lockdown but in retrospect it was probably a mistake.