Hungary is 18th in the world by Covid-19 safety, according to the 250-page report by Deep Knowledge Group, based on factors such as quarantine efficiency, monitoring and detection, health readiness, and government efficiency.
Hungary’s measures to contain the pandemic are said to be among the most successful ones in Europe. The country does everything possible to keep its inhabitants safe and luckily, the results are promising. According to “About Hungary”, on the 5th of June Gergely Gulyás, the head of the Prime Minister’s Office noted that the state of emergency is scheduled to be lifted from June 16, and theaters, museums, cinemas and spas will be allowed to reopen.
We are happy about the achievements of Hungary and hope that safety levels will only rise from now on so we can get back to university in autumn!
When it comes to the rest of the world, Switzerland is reported to be the safest country at this very moment. According to the study, “Switzerland and Germany achieve the #1 and #2 positions in this new special case study specifically because of their economy’s resilience, and due to the careful ways in which they are attempting to relax lockdown and economic freezing mandates in a fact and science-based manner, without sacrificing public health and safety.”
What about Covid-19 hotspots and future endangered areas? According to Deep Knowledge Group, highest-risk regions right now are Sub-Saharan Africa and South America.
The full list of the top 100 countries by COVID-19 safety:
United Arab Emirates
Bosnia and Herzegovina
You can find the full study here.