In women-led countries, significant results have not been achieved in this regard COVID-19 more pandemics than men-led ones – only the Western media we think can be biased!
In this article, the authors examine whether countries led by women are better than countries led by men during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Media and public health officials praised the sex-related impact of policies and strategies to reduce the harmful effects of the pandemic. The authors examine this proposal by analyzing COVID-19 deaths worldwide among countries led by men and women.
Although there is some limited support for lower mortality rates in women-led countries, these are not statistically significant. The country’s cultural values provide a more comprehensive explanation for the COVID-19 results.
The authors provide a number of potential explanations for widespread perceptions, including the bias of choice of information that women-led countries performed better during pandemics and the Western media bias that boosted the success of female leaders in OECD countries.
Reference: “Sex during COVID-19: Assessing National Leadership and COVID-19 Mortality” Leah C. Windsor, Gina Yannitell Reinhardt, Alistair J. Windsor, Robert Ostergard, Susan Allen, Courtney Burns, Jarod Giger and Reed Wood, 31 December 2020 , PLOS.
DOI: 10.1371 / journal.pone.0244531