Finland has been crowned world’s happiest country for the fourth year running based on the World Happiness Report. This time, the Happiness Report also focused on the positive and negative impacts of coronavirus. The survey looked at how the pandemic affected the structure and quality of people’s lives but also how governments reacted to it.
Finland was followed by Iceland, Denmark, Switzerland, and the Netherlands. All of the Nordic countries were ranked within the list’s top 10.
The annual, independent survey is organised by the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network.
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