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Table 1 The socio- demographic characteristics of the study children (N = 1300)

From: Associations of childhood unintentional injuries with maternal emotional status during COVID-19

  N (%)   N (%) or (mean ± SD)
Child Age ≤4 years 379 (29.2%) Home Residency Urban 1040 (80.0%)
5–9 years 718 (55.2%) Suburban or rural 260 (20.0%)
10–12 years 203 (15.6%) Daily Time of Child Playing with Peers None 917 (70.5%)
Child Gender Male 694 (53.4%) Rarely 213 (16.4%)
Female 606 (46.6%) General 64 (4.9%)
Family Structure Nuclear family 768 (59.1%) Often 61 (4.7%)
Three generation family 499 (3.4%) Always 45 (3.5%)
Others 33 (2.5%) COVID-19 Infection Among Close Relatives No 1271 (97.3%)
Maternal Education Junior high school and below 42 (3.2%) Suspected cases 11 (0.8%)
High school or technical school 92 (7.1%) Confirmed case 25 (1.9%)
College or university 755 (58.1%) Maternal Knowledge Levels on Healthy Parenting during COVID-19 a General 382 (29.5%)
Postgraduate or above 411 (31.6%) Very much 915 (70.5%)
Primary Caregivers Mother 1028 (79.1%) Daily Time of Child Playing Outside (min/day) 53.05 ± 37.70
Grandparents 203 (15.6%) Maternal Age   37.03 ± 5.03
Others 69 (5.3%) Maternal Depression   39.25 ± 9.43
Daily Time of Child Exposure to Secondhand Smoke No 929 (71.5%) Maternal Anxiety   34.66 ± 7.48
Rarely 251 (19.3%) Family Cohesion   8.26 ± 1.27
Often 120 (9.2%) Family Contradiction   1.93 ± 1.59
  1. Notes: a N = 1297