Table 2 COVID-19 worries, anxiety and depression among US participants compared to Israel participants.

From: Resilience, COVID-19-related stress, anxiety and depression during the pandemic in a large population enriched for healthcare providers

Worries/stress Standardized betaa P value
Overall COVID-19 worries/stress 0.107 <0.001
Contracting COVID-19 0.175 <0.001
Dying from COVID-19 0.115 <0.001
Currently having COVID-19 0.136 <0.001
Family contracting COVID-19 0.058 0.071
Infecting others with COVID-19 0.022 0.498
Financial burden d/t COVID-19 −0.032 0.266
Anxiety/depression screening Odds ratiob (95% CI) P value
GAD7-positive screen 4.94 (2.6–9.39) <0.001
PHQ2-positive screen 2.15 (1.16–3.98) 0.015
  1. aValues derived from linear regression models with US/Israel (binary variable) as the independent variable and the worry/stress item as the dependent variable. Models included the following co-variates: age, gender, race, marital status, occupation, education, number of people in household, getting tested for COVID, knowing someone who tested positive from COVID or who died from COVID and date of survey completion.
  2. bValues derived from binary regression models with US/Israel (binary variable) as the independent variable and positive GAD screen (>10) or positive-PHQ screen (>2) as the dependent variable. Models co-varied for age, gender, race, marital status, occupation, education, number of people in household, and date of survey completion.