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While there is no gender difference in rates of coronavirus, men are more vulnerable to becoming critically ill, with roughly twice the odds of dyingWhile there is no gender difference in rates of coronavirus, men are more vulnerable to becoming critically ill, with roughly twice the odds of dying

Women take coronavirus more seriously than men: report

Coronavirus precautions are now apparently in the same league as stopping to ask for directions and taking more than one trip to carry stuff.Coronavirus precautions are now apparently in the same league as stopping to ask for directions and taking more than one trip to carry stuff.

Unsurprisingly, women see it as a more serious problem and are more likely to be cautious.Unsurprisingly, women see it as a more serious problem and are more likely to be cautious.

Men and women are responding differently to the pandemic. Here's how

It showed that women in all countries are sizably more likely to perceive COVID-19 as a very serious health problem, to agree with restraining public policy measures, and to comply with them.It showed that women in all countries are sizably more likely to perceive COVID-19 as a very serious health problem, to agree with restraining public policy measures, and to comply with them.

Women more cautious, half as likely to die of COVID-19 than men - study - The Jerusalem Post

The increased adherence of women to coronavirus policies may be one of the reasons for the lower vulnerability and mortality that they experienced, compared to men, in the early phase of the epidemic. ...

COVID: Women are less likely to put themselves in danger

It is the difference in their attitudes towards Covid-19 crisis that has been highlighted by the results of this survey. It is the difference in their attitudes towards Covid-19 crisis that has been highlighted by the results of this survey.

Men and Women are Responding to Covid-19 Pandemic Differently, Suggests Study

The study has also found that men are four times more likely to be the protagonist of a Covid-related news story and those portrayed as 'empowered' tend to be men.The study has also found that men are four times more likely to be the protagonist of a Covid-related news story and those portrayed as 'empowered' tend to be men.

Covid decisions across the world being made by men, not women, study finds

The study has also found that men are four times more likely to be the protagonist of a Covid-related news story and those portrayed as 'empowered' tend to be men.The study has also found that men are four times more likely to be the protagonist of a Covid-related news story and those portrayed as 'empowered' tend to be men.

Covid decisions across the world being made by men, not women, study finds