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Table 1 A selection of 29 countries with the highest gross household income [2]

From: Should policy makers trust composite indices? A commentary on the pitfalls of inappropriate indices for policy formation

Country GHSI rank GHS score Worldometer rank Deaths per million people Rank difference
United Kingdom 2 77.9 176 618 174
United States of America 1 83.5 171 359 170
Netherlands 3 75.6 170 354 167
Sweden 7 72.1 173 489 166
Canada 5 75.3 166 218 161
France 11 68.2 172 453 161
Spain 15 65.9 175 580 160
Belgium 19 61.0 178 834 159
Denmark 8 70.4 155 103 147
Ireland 23 59.0 169 346 146
Germany 14 66.0 158 106 144
Finland 10 68.7 149 59 139
Slovenia 12 67.2 143 52 131
Austria 26 58.5 152 76 126
Norway 16 64.6 139 45 123
Luxembourg 67 43.8 162 176 95
Kuwait 59 46.1 150 71 91
Czech Republic 42 52.0 131 31 89
Saudi Arabia 48 49.3 129 30 81
Israel 54 47.3 133 33 79
Republic of Korea 9 70.2 66 5 57
Japan 21 59.8 78 7 57
Australia 4 75.5 59 4 55
Qatar 82 41.2 123 28 41
Bahrain 88 39.4 124 28 36
Singapore 24 58.7 57 4 33
New Zealand 36 54.0 62 4 26
Malta 97 37.3 114 20 17
  1. The rankings are reassigned out of 178, based on the countries in both the GHSI and Worldometer data sets as of 16 June 2020. The table is sorted by the rank difference (Worldometer Rank based on the number of deaths per million people—GHSI)
  2. GHSI Global Health Security Index