The many measures taken certainly allow the country to remain at a much better level of resilience than other countries. However, recent figures show that we will have to continue to be careful especially with regard to deconfinement, because if this is not done well we risk bringing us back to square one, which would be even more damaging for our economy. that already takes many hits. We maintain that deconfinement must be done in a careful manner with sanitary measures that must be taken to avoid any risk of new peaks of contamination. We analyzed Wikipedia data from July 08, 2020, broken down by country to make our proposal  . The difference observed in the recovery rate of patients with COVID-19 in different countries can be explained by the efficiency of the health system, which is the most important factor. Our ranking is based on the recovery rate (rate per thousand of the number of cases cured) by country from source data obtained on COVID-19 available on Wikipedia. Thus, according to this index which is weighted by the death rate, the best country is the one with the high recovery rate (close to 1000) and a low mortality rate. It is also an indicator of the health performance of the different countries in resilience to SARS-CoV2 and should allow each country to use it to adjust its deconfinement policy. Countries with a low rate of recovered cases (less than 500) must be extremely vigilant in applying the measures to be put in place during deconfinement to gradually increase this rate. Good performance is achieved when the measures taken allow a country to move closer to 1000 while reducing its death rate. IFED intends to perform this ranking once a week and invites you to consult our site for updates.