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In March, Dubai was named as the best city in Middle East and Africa and 15th in KnightFrank City Wellbeing Index. The city also came first in more than 11 indicators of personal safety in the diverse Competitiveness Index, placing it among the 20 safest cities in the world. The Policy Brief published by the Dubai Competitiveness Office states: "Dubai has used its security foundations to maintain its leading position in competitiveness and set the standard for dealing with the global COVID-19 crisis.
The KnightFrank City Wellbeing Index takes into account factors such as hours of sunshine, work-life balance, health care and crime rates. The global data website Numbeo uses several statistics to assess whether a city's residents have a good quality of life. The safety survey takes into account the purchasing power of urban dwellers, pollution levels, house prices, income ratios and the cost of living.
The formula also takes into account the quality of healthcare, the time it takes to get to work and the climate. As a result of these initiatives, the United Arab Emirates had one of the lowest death rates of 0.62 percent in July 2020, compared to 4.36 percent in the United States and 2.78 percent in India. Dubai is one of the world's safest cities, while the UAE is listed as the second safest country in the world.
Dubai is home to Dubai Opera, the Dubai Design District and Burj Khalifa, to name just a few of its most famous infrastructures. Dubai is one of the most sophisticated, futuristic, connected and cosmopolitan cities in the world. Last year, our country made it on the list of the safest places in the world, and this year it made it back on the list.