According to an Australian think tank, New Zealand has shown the best management of the Corona crisis in the world.
The Pacific country is followed by the Asian countries, Vietnam, Taiwan and Thailand.
Germany Arranged in the list Only 55th. The Sydney-based Lowe Institute, which was founded in 2003, previously analyzed 98 countries as to how they dealt with the pandemic. Specifically, that was about 36 weeks after the 100th case of infection was confirmed in a country.
The United States ranks 94th, while Brazil is lagging behind. African countries such as Rwanda (6th place) and Togo (15th) advance over most of the European Union.
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The Research Center examined, among other things, the number of infections, the number of deaths, and Corona tests per 1,000 residents.
Countries in the Asia-Pacific region in particular have achieved great success in fighting the virus. China is not included in the ranking “due to a lack of publicly available test data.”
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