The COVID-19 pandemic has been better managed by countries ruled by women.
This was told by the chairman of the Center for Liberal Strategies (Sofia), researcher at the Institute for the Humanities (Vienna) Ivan Krastev:
“This is an important circumstance, empirically it is. Regardless of the correlation, countries led by women were different from those led by men, especially those who wanted to look strong,” Krastev stressed.
The expert explained that women didn’t perceive the pandemic as a war and used a completely different approach and principles to solve the problem.
Men, in turn, spoke of the virus as an enemy that must be defeated, however, this didn’t help in confronting the infection.
Krastev also listed which states he has in mind. Examples include countries such as: New Zealand, Germany and Denmark.
On October 19, a new mutation of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus was discovered in Norway.
In the period from 16 to 18 October in the city of Trondheim, a new type of virus was detected in eight local residents.
It is not yet known what properties the mutation of the virus possesses, but it has become much easier to become infected with the coronavirus in Trondheim than before. For this, people don’t have to be in close contact.