MEDIA DIGEST: DEEP KNOWLEDGE GROUP'S
COVID-19 ASSESSMENTS IN PRESS
Deep Knowledge Group assessed countries and regions globally based on 140 parameters and 35000 data points to determine safety and risk level during the COVID-19 pandemic.
These COVID-19 safety global assessments attracted significant interest from TV Channels, Top tier digital magazines and Governments of the countries and was wide spread through social media channels and press. Below you can find videos from TV, articles and acknowledgements from official governmental authorities, notable persons globally.
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"Switzerland ranks first for its economic resilience and its careful approach towards relaxing “lockdown and economic freezing mandates in a fact- and science-based manner, without sacrificing public health and safety”, states Deep Knowledge Group in its Covid-19 Regional Safety Assessment."
"The UAE is among the safest countries worldwide for Covid-19, according to a comprehensive report released this week. The Deep Knowledge Group has produced a 250-page dossier in which it assesses and ranks 100 countries according to their response to the pandemic."
"In order to assemble the ranking, DKG analysts gathered information on several factors, including the period of lockdown and the number of confinement infractions per country. Other indicators are travel bans, coronavirus testing and how well hospitals are equipped in each country."
"According to the survey, the safest country is Switzerland, while the most dangerous is South Sudan . As for Greece , which is also opening its tourism, it is in the 34th place of the list which consists of the 100 countries."
"The Government Communication Center - via Twitter - explained that the report of the DEEP KNOWLEDGE GROUP included 200 countries. The Kingdom ranked 17th in the first category, which includes 20 countries, ahead of major countries, including the G20."
"La Suisse, classée numéro 1 mondial de l’après coronavirus Un rapport d’experts célèbre notre pays comme le plus sûr pour sa gestion et sa sortie de crise. Mais il pointe aussi des faiblesses."
"The UAE is among the top countries in the world for its coronavirus response, a global ranking shows. A survey by the Deep Knowledge Group, a consortium of technology companies and non-profit organisations, considered dozens of factors for each country to compile the list."
"The Kingdom ranked 17th among the safest countries in the world for coronavirus, according to the report prepared by Deep Knowledge Group. The regional assessment report is based on 130 quantitative and qualitative parameters and over 11,400 data points in categories like quarantine efficiency, monitoring and detection, health readiness, and government efficiency."
"Deep Knowledge Group made a study Based on 130 quantitative parameters and over 11,400 data points(...)Political economy will play a relevant role when analyzing this pandemic, even 10 years from now. Quarantine decisions can be driven by a leadership that puts a premium on science and evidence. "
"We can do Corona." Where Federal Councilor Alain Berset is right, he is right: According to a study, Switzerland is currently the safest country in the world for COVID-19. (...) This consortium has now published a 250-page report on the 100 safest countries in the world for the corona virus. Switzerland ranks first, ahead of neighboring Germany and Israel."
"Switzerland officially ‘the world’s safest country’ for coronavirus. According to a new study, Switzerland is the safest country in the world when it comes to the coronavirus.The study, produced by the non-profit Deep Knowledge Group, a consortium of companies and non-profit organisations."
"The report is based on 130 quantitative and qualitative parameters and over 11,400 data points in categories like quarantine efficiency, monitoring and detection, health readiness, and government efficiency. It’s by the Deep Knowledge Group, a consortium of companies and nonprofits."
"For the healthcare sector, it has been a period of intense pressure – one that has had short and long terms consequences for how we deliver care and further evolve. Thankfully, with the support of the nation’s leadership, Abu Dhabi and the UAE have delivered robustly, with international observers like the Deep Knowledge Group ranking the UAE 11th globally for its response."