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Table 2 Number of respondents feeling ‘strongly burdened’ by individual concerns related to COVID-19 (N = 2088)

From: The influence of concern about COVID-19 on mental health in the Republic of Georgia: a cross-sectional study

  Women (N = 1807) Men
(N = 281)
N % N %
Loved ones get infected with C19 1116 62.17 149 53.41a
Infecting others with C19 833 48.86 117 44.15
Uncertainty about duration and risks of C19 pandemic 835 46.41 99 35.61a
Income loss 663 44.26 96 39.67
Restricted contact with family, friends etc 779 43.45 119 44.40
Being socially isolated 628 35.42 87 32.10
Being at home 616 35.59 87 34.12
Restricted everyday activities 505 28.32 81 29.67
No place of retreat 430 27.78 60 24.79
Insufficient capacity of intensive care 355 26.49 51 22.37
Becoming infected 457 25.33 42 15.00a
Restricted home space 359 22.52 51 20.65
Childcare 194 18.87 20 12.27a
Poor information from authorities 303 17.23 45 16.61
Home working 202 16.96 24 12.57
Restricted access to food and essential goods 239 13.73 34 12.55
Conflict at home 159 12.10 22 11.06
Access to routine healthcare 204 11.99 28 10.73
Violence at home 34 3.66 8 5.30
  1. Denominator reduced in some responses as question may not be applicable to all (e.g. childcare)
  2. aStatistically significant difference between women and men at P < 0.05 (Chi2)