The central theme of the media’s coverage of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic is that women’s health matters more than men’s, and that they should get tested and treated for the virus as a whole.
But a closer look at the data reveals that women are more likely than men to be sick with the virus, and the CDC’s latest figures show that, in some cases, the risk for men and women is much higher than previously reported.
For women, the odds of contracting the virus are about 2.6 times higher than for men, according to the CDC data.
This means that women will die from the virus even though they are slightly more likely to be infected than men.
The highest rate of men being infected was in people who have sex with men, where there were about 1,500 deaths per 100,000 women in 2015, according the CDC.
For men, the CDC said the risk was about 1.9 times higher.
In 2015, men were also more likely in the United States to contract the virus than women.
While the CDC does not report a specific number for men’s rates, the data suggests that for every 100,00 men, there are about 9,500 women.
The highest rate in the U.S. is for those who have anal sex, and women with an STD, which includes HIV and syphilis, were more than twice as likely to contract an infection as those who don’t have the disease, according a CDC report.
But for the majority of infections, the rates are much lower.
In the United Kingdom, the highest rate for men is in people with herpes simplex virus type 2, with an average of 1,976 per 100.00 men.
In France, the lowest rate for women is in those who aren’t sexually active, with a rate of 0.3 per 100 women.
For more than a decade, women have been dying more often than men from the coronaviruses, according.
This year, more than 100,600 women have died in the pandemic, according with the World Health Organization.
The World Health Agency has said that women represent a higher percentage of deaths in the current outbreak than men, although it did not report specific figures for men.CDC data from 2015 show that women accounted for roughly 15% of all deaths in 2015.
But in 2016, the number of women dying in the world fell to about 13% and the number dying from the flu increased to nearly 19%.
The number of men dying from an infection has been declining since 2014, when the CDC began tracking the virus.
In that time, the rate for the total number of people with the coronAV-19 virus decreased from about 8,500 to 1,400 per 100 million people.
In 2016, about 2,200 men died from an infectious disease in the Middle East, North Africa and Africa, according data from the World Bank.
In 2018, the total death toll from the pandemics fell to 1.6 million people, according Global Health Statistics.