AGI – La government response of New Zealand was the best in managing the coronavirus epidemic, last in the ranking that of Brazil. The Italian government is in the middle, 59th and close to the German one (55th), well ahead of those of France (73) and Spain (78). To draw up the ranking was the Lowy Institute of Sydney, which took into consideration a hundred countries around the world, analyzing them in light of six criteria including the total number of cases and deaths from coronavirus, but also the swabs performed and the percentage of positivity.
At the top of the rankingin addition to New Zealand, there are Vietnam, Taiwan, Thailand, Cyprus, Rwanda, Iceland, Australia, Latvia and Sri Lanka. At the other end of the list, the worst, such as Brazil, followed by Mexico, Colombia, Iran and the United States. The think tank australiano did not consider China because there is a lack of public data on tampons.
“Together, indicators show how well or badly countries have handled the pandemic “, the Lowy Institute reported, noting that” most nations have outdone each other in disappointing performance“.” In general, countries with smaller populations, cohesive societies and capable institutions have a comparative advantage in dealing with a global crisis such as a pandemic, “the think tank acknowledged. So far, they have registered worldwide over 100 million cases and about 2.2 million deaths.