Last year, an analysis of 194 countries published by the Centre for Economic Policy Research and the World Economic Forum highlighted the massive differences between male and female leaders during the COVID-19 crisis. The report was very clear: female-led countries had “significantly” better COVID-19 outcomes than countries led by men. The report seemed to show that leaders like New Zealand’s Jacinda Ardern, and Germany’s Angela Merkel had locked down earlier and suffered fewer deaths in their countries than their male counterparts.
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