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Table 4 Adjusted and unadjusted odds-ratio of intent to comply with self-isolation without compensation for lost wages according to correlated threat perception and socio-demographic variables (N = 1074)

From: Income assurances are a crucial factor in determining public compliance with self-isolation regulations during the COVID-19 outbreak – cohort study in Israel

Variablea Unadjusted Adjusted
OR 95% CI OR 95% CI
Round (Feb vs. March) 1.898 (1.472, 2.448)+++ 1.544 (1.174, 2.032)++
Age 1.014 (1.005, 1.024)++ 1.019 (1.010, 1.029)+++
Gender 0.739 (0.575, 0.948)+ 0.838 (0.641, 1.096)
Place of birth 1.671 (1.145, 2.440)++ 1.408 (0.944, 2.100)
Religion 0.423 (0.297, 0.602)+++ 0.478 (0.327, 0.699)+++
News consumption 1.396 (1.228, 1.587)+++ 1.071 (0.918, 1.250)
Worry over COVID-19 1.505 (1.330, 1.702)+++ 1.260 (1.093, 1.474)++
Trust in MOH 1.428 (1.259, 1.620)+++ 1.260 (1.100, 1.444)++
  1. OR Odds Ratio, CI Confidence Interval, MOH Ministry of Health
  2. a Only variables found to correlate with the respective dependent variable are shown. The categorization of the independent variables are as follows: Round: February 2020–1, March 2020–2; Age: continuous; Gender: Female – 0, Male – 1; Place of birth: 0 – outside Israel, 1 – Israel; Religion: 0 – Non-Jewish, 1 – Jewish; News consumption, Worry over COVID-19, and Trust in MOH – ordinal from 1 (“not at all”) to 5 (“very much”)
  3. + p < 0.05 ++ p < 0.01 +++ p < 0.001