In the fight against the coronavirus, the leading ladies of the world are showing the path. These ladies are appreciable everywhere for their leadership. Under their administration, their countries are effectively working to reduce the cases of COVID-19.
They also get appreciation and trust from their citizens too.
These are leaders leading there country and have the best coronavirus response.
Oh! They’re also all women. pic.twitter.com/jHwGWCZaO0
— Johnathan Ford (@FordJohnathan5) April 10, 2020
European countries like Germany, Denmark, Belgium, Iceland, and Finland, and other countries like New Zealand, Norway, Taiwan, their leaders are inspiring the world with their efforts. Their working and effective policy implementations guide paths to many other countries.
They have flattened the COVID-19 curve. Moreover, there fast working and effective communication helps in the following ways:
- Providing a robust health care system
- Emphasis on lab diagnosis
- Active and effective leadership
- Low death per million
- High test per million
- Maintaining social and economic health welfare
PM Mette Frederiksen of Denmark proclaimed to lockdown the country and its borders in the early stages. According to a report by Imperial College London University, Denmark avoided three-fold death by ushering in a strict and timely preventive manner. Then, Finland comes in a row. The European country led by Sanna Marin, enough capable of securing their people’s emotions and economical health.
Germany, one of the top developed nations currently under the leadership of Angela Merkel. According to a poll, 89% of its people are supporting the German chancellor for effectively handling the situation.
New Zealand, a sovereign island, led by PM Jacinda Ardern, seals its border on March 19. It is not just flattening the curve, they are just squeezing it, according to a report.
Similarly, other countries like
The compassion and power both are the tools of women. Women are leading the world with their strength.
— Farah Saadia (@FarahSaadya) April 9, 2020