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Table 5 Results of multivariate logistic regression analysis on well-being scores (scores ≥50 vs. scores < 50)a

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

        95% C.I. For OR
Variables B S.E. Wald df P OR Lower Upper
Having an infected person with COVID-19 among relatives
 No       1   
 Yes 0.786 0.356 4.880 1 0.027 2.194 1.093 4.405
Worry about health of mother & relationshipsb
 Low worry (scores < 5.6)       1   
 High worry (scores ≥5.6) 0.528 0.239 4.867 1 0.027 1.696 1.061 2.712
Worry about fetus healthb
 Low worry (scores < 6.5)       1   
 High worry (scores ≥6.5) 0.625 0.251 6.181 1 0.013 1.868 1.141 3.057
  1. alow level of well-being (scores < 50), high level of well-being (scores ≥50), bthe median score as cut-off point
  2. Eight variables entered the logistic regression analysis as independent variable include infection with COVID-19 in relatives, death due to COVID-19 in relatives, fear of COVID, family income, four factors of the worry scale. Method of analysis: Backward LR, Cox & Snell R Square = 0.052, Nagelkerke R Square = 0.078