Find out the 10 best and worst cities in the world to live in

Every year, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), a global leader in business intelligence, conducts rating fromBest and the worst cities of the world to live in. This year it ranked 140 cities in terms of factors such as stability, infrastructure, education and access to medical care, and the 2021 edition has been significantly affected by the global pandemic.

Epidemic management led to cities Europeans fell from their former positions, while those of Australia, Japan and New Zealand Ascending order. Those island nations responded quickly to the coronavirus crisis and were able to reduce infections and ease restrictions.

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