We come across the study which analyses who is the most stressful during Covid-19 pandemic.
This is all about its conclusion.
“The present study contributes to a better understanding of the influence of others on perceived stress during the COVID-19 quarantine. Moreover, our results add to the limited literature on people in the quarantine. These insights highlight the need to focus on the neglected groups (i.e. women, younger, single people, with children) both in research and in public health interventions, as they may be especially susceptible to experiencing elevated levels of stress and their psychological well-being being compromised.” (Kowal et. al., 2020)
Reference: Kowal, M., Coll-Martín, T., Ikizer, G., Rasmussen, J., Eichel, K., Studzinska, A., … Ahmed, O. (2020, June 1). Who Is the Most Stressed During COVID-19 Isolation? Data From 27 Countries.