The global pandemic of Covid-19 has shown us a lot. Be it economic crisis or healthcare system management of different countries, we have learned a lot. During the tough times, people have seen their healthcare workers giving their best to save the lives of as many people as possible.
Many countries have been declared to have the best healthcare systems all around the world but, do their people trust them? Can they rely on their system if anything like this happens ever again?
The infographic below tells all about it and according to it, the people of Singapore are seen to have the most faith in their country’s healthcare system. Around 93 percent of the nation’s total population says that they can rely on their medical experts and system if they have to combat any pandemic in the near future.
The United Kingdom on the other hand has the second largest percentage of its people’s faith i.e., 83 percent. Spain rounds off the third position by gaining the trust of 77 percent of its population for hard times like the current global pandemic.
Surprisingly, the United States has a relatively low confidence rate of its people. Only 55 percent of Americans have faith in the country’s healthcare system for future pandemics.
Infographic by: Statista.com