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Table 2 Association between COVID-19 infection status and areas of children’s life

From: Effect of COVID-19 infection on psychological aspects of pre-schooler children: a cross-sectional study

Variables Children who had not COVID-19 (n=108) Children who had COVID19 (N=30) Total participants (N=138) Chi-square value P-value
Did any one of the family (first relative degree) have diagnosis as COVID-19 infection. 30 (27.8%) 28 (93.3%) 58 (42%) 41.4 0.001*
Did any one of the family (first relative degree) die from COVID-19 infection. 0 (0%) 6 (20%) 6 (4.3%) 22.5 0.001*
School problems (academic) due to COVID-19 14 (13%) 10 (33.3%) 24 (17.4%) 6.7 0.014*
Social problems (peers) due to COVID-19 28 (25.9%) 18 (60%) 46 (33.3%) 12.26 0.0001*
Problems in parent relationship due to COVID-19 6 (5.6%) 8 (26.7%) 14 (10.1%) 11.4 0.002*
Increase Family expenses due to COVID-19 6 (5.6%) 7 (23.3%) 13 (9.4%) 8.6 0.004*
Decrease family income due to COVID-19 14 (13%) 8 (26.7%) 22 (15.9%) 3.2 0.18
  1. *Significant p value