This Economist is a survey of several countries that gives an indication of how well they are performing after the outbreak.
Asad Umar, minister of planning and development, shared this welcoming news to the general public in a tweet. He reported that Pakistan secured 3rd position during the first evaluation. After the revolutionary pace at which the government was working, the ranking improved and now Pakistan is at top of the list.
Pakistan ranked number 2 in the world in Economist global normalcy index measuring recovery post covid opening up of society & economy. Pak was 3rd in the first evaluation and number 1 in the second. Pakistan is the only country in the world to be in top 3 in all three rankings pic.twitter.com/2S7gTbStH2— Asad Umar (@Asad_Umar) January 20, 2022
He further went on to say that Pakistan is the only country in the world that has secured the top position in all three rankings.
The global normalcy index is an indication of a country’s being back on track after its economy and interpersonal relationships have been crushed by this pandemic. This is a system that grades these countries on the basis of sic indicators which are then split up into three categories. These categories are transport, recreation, and commercial activity.
This index which was published on January 18, 2022, reported that Pakistan is second on its list with a normalcy index that is higher than 100. This is clear evidence suggesting that the country is successfully returning to its normal pace.
Global normalcy index evaluated 50 countries. All these countries together accounted for 75% of the world population and contributed to 90% of the GDP.
According to the data of the NCOC, the highest daily toll of the country is climbing since omicron. At present, the positivity rate of Pakistan has reached 12.93%. The country is now in need of strict and revamped measures that can prove to be fruitful in the recovery graph.
Statistics 21 Jan 22:— NCOC (@OfficialNcoc) January 21, 2022
Total Tests in Last 24 Hours: 59,343
Positive Cases: 7678
Positivity %: 12.93%
Patients on Critical Care: 961