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The Philippines bounced from 103rd to 57th in an international COVID-19 recovery rankings by Nikkei Asia.
According to the report released Monday, Nov. 30 by the Tokyo-based news magazine, the Philippines scored 53.5 in November, similar to Tajikistan, Norway, and Malaysia.
Bahrain topped the November edition with a score of 73. Kuwait and United Arab Emirates followed on the list with scores of 72 and 70.5 respectively.
Malta and Taiwan ranked 4th with 69; China at 5th place with 68.5; Chile, Japan, and Saudi Arabia all had 68 scored; and Uruguay had 66.
Meanwhile, Laos took the 122nd spot with 22.5 points.
The Nikkei COVID-19 Recovery Index ranks more than 120 countries and regions on infection management, #vaccine rollouts and social mobility.— Nikkei Asia (@NikkeiAsia) December 6, 2021
Here's our latest (As of Nov. 30). #COVID19https://t.co/h17voZ5jku pic.twitter.com/n0NoU5th4s
The Philippines previously ranked 108th in July, 106th in August, 121st in September, and 103rd in October.