Singapore is the best place to live in an epidemic; Brazil appears at 53rd and last place

Singapore is the best place to live in an epidemic;  Brazil appears at 53rd and last place

Singapore knew how to fight the virus (via Roslan Rahman / AFP Getty Image)

  • Singapore overtakes New Zealand, giving up lead for the first time

  • Brazil fell two places and is considered the worst place to live in an epidemic.

  • Ranking data are for the month of April

Singapore is the best country to live Kovid-19 Epidemic. At least this guarantees the final update of the Bloomberg ranking, placing Brazil at 53rd and final place.

The list is based on a score that takes into account data such as cases per 100 thousand inhabitants, mortality rates, total deaths per million inhabitants, positive tests, and the population immunized by the vaccine. The figures for the last update are for the month of April.

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The country was experiencing its worst moment in the epidemic at the time, with Brazil falling two places and finishing last. The score was 39.1, just behind Poland, with 40.6. Just ahead is Argentina, which fell seven places to 51st with 41.4.

Brazil still suffers from high cases of covid and deaths (AP Photo / Bruna Prado)

Brazil still suffers from high cases of covid and deaths (AP Photo / Bruna Prado)

Since the data does not include the May number, India, which has now become the great epicenter of Kovid-19, It is ranked only 30th with 52.4 points. JThe United States, which saw a decrease in the number of cases and deaths after mass vaccination, They are just 17th.

Mexico, which has been in the “flashlight” since becoming a list, skyrocketed due to the biggest test in the country, climbed five positions and finished in 48th place in April.

Singapore overtakes New Zealand

Leadership has also changed for the first time since data collection began. Singapore Overtook new zealand After “bringing local broadcasts to almost zero” and “banning national quarantine program”.

According to Bloomberg’s measures, the Asian country has 79.7 points, while New Zealand has 79.6 points. Australia, Israel and Taiwan rank the first five in the rankings respectively.

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