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Monday, September 20, 2021


Copenhagen scores highest on personal safety and environmental concerns

The Economist publication Intelligence Unit's 2021 Safe Cities Index (SCI) ranks 60 destinations across the world for digital security, health security, infrastructure, personal safety, as well as environmental security, a new category for this year. 

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FROM CNN: Safety has long been a paramount concern for travelers when it comes to deciding which destination to visit. But the world has been turned on its head in recent years due to the global pandemic and the notion of exactly what makes somewhere "safe" has changed significantly. 

This may help to explain the shakeup at the top of the Economist Intelligence Unit's Safe Cities Index (SCI,) which ranks 60 international destinations on digital security, health security, infrastructure, personal security, as well as environmental security, a new category for this year. 

While Asian cities like Tokyo, Singapore and Osaka have continuously occupied the top spots year after year, it's a European destination that holds the number one position for 2021. 

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Copenhagen has been named the world's safest city for the first time, scoring 82.4 points out of 100 in the annual report. Denmark's capital jumped from joint eighth place in 2019 to the top of the list, largely thanks to the introduction of an environmental security section, which the city scored particularly well in, along with personal security. 

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