According to a study by Imperial College London and Ipsos Mori released on Thursday, men are more likely than women to test positive for Covit-19 in the UK. “Once we adjusted, the women were 30% less likely to test positive in our study (Results) Other variables, Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health AFP told AFP Paul Elliott. The incidence rate was 0.7% in males and 0.5% in females. “
“Football leads men to more social activities than usual”
According to researchers, the euro may be responsible for this difference. Steve Riley thus puts forward the hypothesis that these differences in terms of exchanges may be due to differences in social interactions. “When that happens, watching football can cause more social activity for men than usual.”, He explained. If I were to speculate about the impact of the euro, I would think of the opportunity for (…) people to come together more often at home., Developed by Professor Riley.
Wembley will welcome 60,000 spectators to Sunday’s final, with thousands of other supporters reunited to watch their team play against Italy.