The website businessinsider.com, created a ranking of the 20 best democratic countries for Americans to move in after the pandemic, where the climate is decent and life is affordable.
Among other things, they have great weather, are welcoming to newcomers, and are not too expensive to live.
The United States has one of the highest numbers of cumulative coronavirus cases per capita, has had a significant increase in unemployment, and is already feeling the negative economic impact of the pandemic.
For our list, we looked at five metrics for democratic countries, including average temperatures, costs of living, how welcoming a country is to migrants, the country’s score on The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Democracy Index, and the decrease in daily cases of coronavirus.
Among the countries that occupy the top positions in the ranking, are Spain, New Zealand, Uruguay in the number two position and Australia topping the list.
Uruguay’s cost of living is 34.8% lower than that of the United States. The country also has a pleasant climate, with an annual temperature of 63.8 degrees Fahrenheit in 2016. Uruguay has also had a low number of daily cases reported during the pandemic compared to other countries.
According to the US State Department, you can travel to Uruguay without a visa for 90 days.