Bloomberg published its Coronavirus Resilience Ranking on Wednesday, choosing, according to a series of parameters, the best countries to live in during the pandemic, with Chile appearing in the top 10.
The The country was positioned in eighth place in the ranking, being surpassed by Ireland, Spain, United Arab Emirates, Denmark, Finland, Norway and France.
The study revealed that Chile achieved better indexes than powers such as Switzerland, the Netherlands, Canada and Germany, climbing 23 places compared to the last installment of the list.
To scale more than 20 positions from the last measurement, The nation improved its vaccination levels in the population, blocking new variants, in addition to lowering its monthly active cases, deaths, and positivity.
The publication highlighted that, “Among the rising stars, Chile’s surprising change, from the bottom half of the ranking to the top eight in a month, reflects the overall recovery in South America, once the worst-hit region in the world. “
“The country vaccinated millions of people with booster doses, relaxed internal restrictions and reopened the borders” to all vaccinated foreign tourists with a five-day quarantine. “he added.
The outlet also emphasized that the reopening is giving the world a boostHowever, it will be the nations with the greatest freedoms for their population that will have the greatest challenge to remain leaders.
In the opposite position are Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines, ranked as the worst countries in the survey that only includes 53 countries in the world.
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