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Table 1 Sociodemographic and clinical characteristics of the study sample (N = 119)

From: Prevalence of psychiatric diagnosis and related psychopathological symptoms among patients with COVID-19 during the second wave of the pandemic

Variables Number (n) Percent (%)
Mean age (SD) 40.25 ± 11.50  
Sex  
 Male 74 62.2
 Female 45 37.8
Ethnic group
 Han 111 93.3
 Others 8 6.7
Education level
 Junior school or lower 82 68.9
 High school 21 17.7
 College or above 16 13.4
Annual family income
  < 30,000 31 26.1
 30,000 ~ 60,000 33 27.7
 70,000 ~ 100,000 22 18.5
 100,000 ~ 150,000 16 13.4
  > 150,000 17 14.3
Community risk
 No risk 2 1.7
 Low risk 16 13.4
 Moderate risk 44 37.0
 High risk 57 47.9
Type of infection
 Asymptomatic 5 4.2
 Light 14 11.8
 Normal 100 84.0
 Severe 0 0
History of mental disorder
 Yes 2 1.7
 No 117 98.3
MINI diagnosis
 Anxiety spectrum disorder 15 12.61
 Depressive disorder 7 5.9
 PTSD 11 9.24
 Manic episode 2 1.68
 Obsessive-compulsive disorder 3 2.52
Self-reported Scale diagnosis
 Generalized anxiety symptoms 61 51.3
 State anxiety symptoms 61 51.3
 Depressive symptoms 49 41.2
 PTSS/PTSD symptoms 40 33.6
  1. Note. The unit of annual income is CNY yuan