Bloomberg ranks Latin American nations last on “best countries to be in the pandemic” list

Among the Latin countries mapped, those doing better than Brazil are Chile, in 39th position; Argentina in 42nd and Colombia in 43rd. The countries in a more difficult situation are Peru, in 52nd place, and Mexico, in 53rd place.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Bloomberg has ranked the best and worst countries to be in this "coronavirus era". One year after the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, Brazil is placed 50th on the list, with 53 countries in the ranking.

The top five are New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, Finland, and Norway. China, where the pandemic broke out, ranks 6th, followed by Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, and Thailand.

Among the Latin countries mapped, those doing better than Brazil are Chile, in 39th position; Argentina in 42nd and Colombia in 43rd. The countries in a more difficult situation are Peru, in . . .

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