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The safest countries in the world to live the COVID-19 pandemic

Hong Kong-based venture capital firm Deep Knowledge Ventures (DKV) has released a ranking of countries’ safety levels and the management of the coronavirus crisis. The DKV think tank has produced several rankings on the worldwide incidence of the pandemic, with more than two million infections worldwide.

Every day we get a lot of data about the pandemic, but even though organizations like the WHO, the CDC, Johns Hopkins University and Worldometers are releasing statistics every day, the data is not efficiently analyzed to provide relevant data. ; hence Deep Knowledge Group has developed advanced analytical frameworks to analyze this data. The results are presented in open source by classifications of countries around the world that hope to help people and governments make decisions more in line with the goal of protecting humanity from this virus.

To create this classification, a team of experts collected and analyzed the data generated for 200 countries around the world with information on more than 70 variables , including the period of lockdown and the number of lockdown violations per country. Other indicators included in the study are: data from the World Health Organization, travel bans, coronavirus tests or tests carried out and how well the hospitals are equipped in each of the countries of the globe (such as , the number of existing beds).

 

What is the most unsafe country in the world?

The global ranking places Italy as the country with the highest level of risk. This is the classification of countries, according to the level of risk of contagion :

  1. Italy
  2. USES
  3. UK
  4. Spain
  5. France
  6. Sweden
  7. Iran
  8. Ecuador
  9. Philippines
  10. Romania

 

The most insecure country in Europe

It is Spain . The analysis places us as one of the worst places in the world to experience this crisis, exclusively framing the countries of the Eurozone and assessing security at a general level. Italy follows us, mainly due to the mismanagement of the crisis and health criticism in recent weeks.

 

The safest countries in the world to live this pandemic:

Israel tops the list, due to its familiarity with crisis levels and experience with border closures due to exceptional circumstances. Its small territory, sophisticated medical care, smart use of technology, and a strong military have placed it at the top of the list. Germany follows, particularly for its rapid response to the pandemic and rapid mobilization of support. As we can see below, most of the safest places to overcome the coronavirus pandemic are in the Asia-Pacific region . This is how the Top10 would be:

  1. Israel
  2. Germany
  3. South Korea
  4. Australia
  5. China
  6. New Zealand
  7. Taiwan
  8. Singapore
  9. Japan
  10. Hong Kong

 

The safest countries in Europe to live this pandemic:

  1. Germany
  2. Swiss
  3. Austria
  4. Hungary
  5. Denmark
  6. Netherlands
  7. Norway
  8. Belgium
  9. Finland
  10. Luxembourg

 

Referencia: Deep Knowledge Group COVID-19

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