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Table 3 Characteristics of the participants

From: The impact of the COVID-19 lockdown on depression sufferers: a qualitative study from the province of Zaragoza, Spain

Variables Patients (n = 52)
Age 53.45 (± 14.26)
  Young adults (18 to 39 y/o) 10 (19.2%)
  Middle-aged adults (40 to 49 y/o) 7 (13.5%)
  Mature adults (> 50 y/o) 35 (67.3%)
Gender
  Male 6 (11.5%)
  Female 46 (88.5%)
Education
  None 5 (9.6%)
  Primary 21 (40.4%)
  Secondary 23 (44.2%)
  Tertiary 3 (5.8%)
Occupation
  Employed 8 (15.4%)
  Unemployed 4 (7.7%)
  Stay-at-home parent/unpaid worker/student/pensioner 20 (38.5%)
  Sick leave/short/long-term disability/ other situations 20 (38.5%)
Marital status
  Single 5 (9,6%)
  Married or living with a partner 31 (59.6%)
  Separated, divorced or in separation proceedings 11 (21.1%)
  Widower or widow 5 (9,6%)
Income level
  < IMW 23 (44.2%)
  1 to 2 × IMW 25 (48.1%)
  > 2 and < 4 × IMW 4 (7.7%)
Type of home
  Small apartment without a balcony or terrace 6 (11.54%)
  Apartment with a small balcony 23 (44.23%)
  Apartment with a terrace 18 (34.62%)
  House with balconies or house with a large garden 5 (9.61%)
COVID-19 Infections
  Not infected 50 (96.15%)
  Infected themselves 2 (3.85%)
  Infected relative 1 (1.92%)
  Loss of a relative due to COVID-19 2 (3.85%)
  1. Note: y/o years old, IMW Interprofessional Minimum Wage