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Karachi makes it to record of worst locations to stay in, once more

A household wades via a flooded avenue throughout the monsoon season, in Karachi, Pakistan July 11, 2022. —  Reuters

The World Liveability Index launched by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) reveals the world’s greatest and worst locations to stay in 2022 and Karachi is among the many prime 10 worst locations , as soon as once more.

The index analysed and marked 172 cities for 5 components: infrastructure, well being care, training, tradition, and leisure.

Essentially the most habitable cities in world have been largely in Europe and Canada because of good infrastructure and stability. The index, as quoted by CNBC, mentioned that these cities supplied good well being care and a number of alternatives for leisure.

Austria’s metropolis Vienna topped the record of prime 10 locations to stay on the earth. It achieved an general score of 95.1/100 the place it scored a whopping 100 for training and infrastructure.

Vienna held the highest place in 2018 and 2019 as nicely.

Three cities from Canada alone made it to the record of prime 10.

Following are the perfect locations to stay in 2022.

1. Vienna , Austria

2. Copenhagen, Denmark

3. Zurich, Switzerland

4. Calgary, Canada

5. Vancouver, Canada

6. Geneva, Switzerland

7. Frankfurt, Germany

8. Toronto, Canada

9. Amsterdam, Netherlands

10. Osaka, Japan and Melbourne, Australia.

Among the many worst locations to stay on the earth have been cities in growing international locations. Battle-stricken Syria’s capital has been ranked because the worst metropolis to stay in.

Damascus, Syria, with a rating of 20 for stability is the worst place. The remainder of the record is as follows:

2. Tehran, Iran

3. Douala, Cameroon

4. Harare, Zimbabwe

5. Dhaka, Bangladesh

6. Port Moresby, PNG

7. Karachi, Pakistan

8. Algiers, Algeria

9. Tripoli, Libya

10. Lagos, Nigeria

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