Pakistan Ranked First on The Economist’s Global Normalcy Index

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Pakistan has been ranked first on The Economist’s Global Normalcy Index, which measures how effectively countries are recovering from the Coronavirus pandemic.

Pakistan has a normalcy score of nearly 100 on the Global Normalcy Index, indicating that the country is on the verge of reverting to life before the Coronavirus pandemic. Nigeria, the United Kingdom, Germany, and the United States follow Pakistan.

As per the list, the average global normalcy score in November increased to 79 points, as COVID-19 limitations were removed in numerous nations.

Furthermore, since march 2020, this is the highest average global normalcy index.

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