10 Sep Equatorial Guinea is the sixth safest country in Africa against the contagion of the new coronavirus
- According to the international ranking established by Deep Knowledge Group and ahead of countries such as South Africa, Algeria or Ghana
- Last August, the United States Department of State raised the alert level for COVID-19 in our country from 4 to 3.
According to the international ranking established by Deep Knowledge Group, Equatorial Guinea is the sixth safest country against the contagion of the new coronavirus from Africa. It should be noted that it is the best positioned in vulnerability (88.36), standing out as the country in which its population has a lower risk of transmission of the disease.
A milestone for the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare since among other factors to assess are the efficiency of quarantines, the efficiency of the Government, the levels of monitoring and detection, as well as the efficiency of the health services.
The other nine African countries that are safest from the spread of the new coronavirus are Tunisia, Rwanda, Seychelles, Mauritius, Nigeria, South Africa, Morocco, Uganda and Kenya. This classification analyzes more than 140 parameters and examines more than 35,000 data from more than 250 countries. The safest country in the world, according to this ranking, is Germany ahead of New Zealand and South Korea.
We want to remember that last August, the United States Department of State raised the alert level for COVID-19 in Equatorial Guinea from 4 to 3.
About Deep Knowledge Group
Deep Knowledge Group is a consortium of commercial and non-profit organizations active on many fronts ranging from scientific research to investment, entrepreneurship, analytics, media, philanthropy, and more. This new special COVID-19 analytical case study from Deep Knowledge Group is designed to classify and analyze the economic, social and health stability achieved by each of the 250 countries and regions included in its analysis, as well as the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and the threats or risks they present in the battle against the global economic and health crisis triggered by COVID-19.