RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian public management of the Covid-19 pandemic is the worst in the world, while New Zealand's is the best, according to a study published this Thursday, January 28th by an Australian think tank.
The Lowy Institute in Sydney analyzed close to 100 countries according to six criteria, such as confirmed cases, deaths and detection capacity.
"Collectively, these indicators point to how well or badly countries have managed the pandemic," according to this independent institution's analysis.
In addition to New Zealand - which has virtually eradicated the virus with "early and drastic" border closures . . .