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Philippines ranks as the 10th 'riskiest' country during COVID-19 pandemic


The Philippines was tagged as one of the riskiest countries to stay during the coronavirus pandemic, based on the Deep Knowledge Group, a consortium built for research and investments.


On the group's list, the country was ranked as the 10th country with highest risk level during the COVID-19 pandemic which simply means that it is an unsafe place to stay in.

The country was listed after the U.S.A., Italy, Indonesia, Spain, Iraq, Iran, the Netherlands, France,  and the U.K., which ranked first to ninth, respectively.

In order to obtain findings, the Deep Knowledge Group used the updated data coming from the World Health Organization, John Hopkins University, King’s College London, and the U.S. Center for Disease Control.

On other hand, the safest countries amid the pandemic were said to be Israel, Singapore, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Hungary, Austria, Germany, and South Korea.

In order to obtain findings, the Deep Knowledge Group used the updated data coming from the World Health Organization, John Hopkins University, King’s College London, and the U.S. Center for Disease Control.
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