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The United States is the best country to live during the pandemic, according to Bloomberg

The United States has had an extensive vaccination program against Covid-19 that is allowing it to return to normal.

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America is the best place to live during this global health crisis, according to the Bloomberg Covid Resilience Ranking, which analyzes health contingency management in 53 countries around the world.

According to the report published in El Financiero, Mexico ceased to be the worst country to live in the Covid era and is now in 34th place, while Argentina was placed at the bottom of the list, which means that it is the nation that currently has the worst rates of disease management.

The Bloomberg Covid Resilience Ranking was first conducted in November 2020, where Mexico ranked 53rd, a site that it endorsed in February.

According to the ranking, the best and worst places to be in the Covid-19 era are increasingly defined by one thing: standardization.

At some point the control of infections and deaths was once essential, but now other measurement elements have been added such as the ease of entering and leaving a place and how much air travel has recovered, along with 10 other measures that track the death rates to infection count, freedom of movement, and economic growth.

America is now a better place to live in the pandemic, with its rapid and expansive vaccine program, which has helped stop what was once the world’s worst pandemic outbreak.

Restaurants today are full, they no longer require masks for vaccinated people and are traveling again, confident in their vaccination rate that covers half the population. The United States is experiencing strong economic growth thanks to economic stimulus packages and consumer confidence, driven in large part by mass inoculation.

European countries like Switzerland, France and Spain are in the top 10 places in the ranking since they open their borders to vaccinated tourists while hospitalizations fall thanks to vaccines.

India, the Philippines and some Latin American countries rank lowest amid a perfect storm of outbreaks triggered by variants, slow vaccination and global isolation.

Below is the Bloomberg Covid Resilience Ranking:

  1. USA
  2. New Zealand
  3. Swiss
  4. Israel
  5. France
  6. Spain
  7. Australia
  8. China
  9. UK
  10. South Korea
  11. Norway
  12. Denmark
  13. Singapore
  14. Turkey
  15. Saudi Arabia
  16. Belgium
  17. Finland
  18. United Arab Emirates
  19. Greece
  20. Romania
  21. Sweden
  22. Netherlands
  23. Japan
  24. Canada
  25. Austria
  26. Italy
  27. Ireland
  28. Germany
  29. Portugal
  30. Hong Kong
  31. Czech Republic
  32. Russia
  33. Egypt
  34. Mexico
  35. Poland
  36. Nigeria
  37. Iraq
  38. Chile
  39. Thailand
  40. Vietnam
  41. Brazil
  42. Iran
  43. South Africa
  44. Taiwan
  45. Peru
  46. Bangladesh
  47. Pakistan
  48. Colombia
  49. Indonesia
  50. India
  51. Malaysia
  52. Philippines
  53. Argentina

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