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A new global survey has put the UAE as the second safest country in the world and in the Arab region.
And why not, the UAE has proven to deal with adverse situations. It tops among the places for women empowerment, where women account for 50% in the country’s Federal National Council members.
In the world, where the coronavirus has wreaked havoc destroying lives and society, its record in controlling the pandemic is praiseworthy.
To curb the spread of COVID-19, the UAE came out with strict precautionary measures to protect members of the community.
Moreover, the country has become the world's most vaccinated nation with its state-of-the-art healthcare system.
The UAE Health Ministry has vaccinated over 72.1% of its population.
The government shared the figures during its latest media briefing on the coronavirus.
Over 15.5 million doses have been administered in the UAE.
The news was revealed in the Global Finance magazine report of the world’s safest countries.
In terms of peace, the UAE is the most tolerant country in the region.
The country has mediated in the peace process of the Tigray region in Ethiopia.
The top safest countries now are Iceland, UAE, Qatar, Singapore, and Finland.
The countries that are at the bottom of the list are Philippines, Colombia, Guatemala, Nigeria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Mexico, Peru, Yemen and North Macedonia.
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