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Table 2 Results of multivariate logistic regression analysis on worry scoresa (N = 484)

From: Pregnant women’s well-being and worry during the COVID-19 pandemic: a cross-sectional study

   95.0% CI for OR
Model B S.E. Wald df P OR Lower Bound Upper Bound
Age
  > 30       1   
  < 20 .881 .504 3.061 1 0.080 2.414 .899 6.481
 20–30 .749 .245 9.329 1 0.002 2.114 1.308 3.417
Job
 Housewife       1   
 Employed .618 .264 5.493 1 0.019 1.855 1.106 3.110
Having a COVID-19 infected person among relatives
 No       1   
 Yes .895 .428 4.375 1 0.036 2.448 1.058 5.664
Fear of COVID-19
 Low fear       1   
 High fear 1.856 .221 70.272 1 < 0.001 6.397 4.145 9.873
Parity
 Primi/multiparity       1   
 Nulliparity .517 .229 5.115 1 0.024 1.678 1.071 2.627
Having a history of abortion
 No       1   
 Yes .622 .247 6.346 1 0.012 1.863 1.148 3.022
Participation in the study
 During the second wave of COVID-19 outbreak       1   
 After the first wave of COVID-19 outbreak .845 .286 8.741 1 0.003 2.328 1.329 4.075
Family income
 High income       1   
 Low/middle income 1.227 .323 14.455 1 < 0.001 3.411 1.812 6.421
  1. alow level of worry (scores < 37), high level of worry (scores ≥37)
  2. Fifteen variables with p < 0.25 were entered into the regression; eight variables remained in the model
  3. Cox & Snell R Square = 25.7%, Nagelkerke R Square = 0.343