Table 2

Characteristics of transgender and non-binary adults who reported a positive COVID-19 test in the COVID-19 Disparities Survey II (n=16)

All
Demographics
Age
 Continuous range: 19–45 (M, SD)28.137.31
Young adult
 Yes (18–29)1275.00
 No (30+)425.00
Gender spectrum
 Non-binary1168.75
 Trans feminine318.75
 Trans masculine212.50
Level of education
 Less than high school531.25
 High school, or trade425.00
 Some college or more743.75
Socioeconomic income
 Lower318.75
 Middle850.00
 Upper531.25
Region
 South-East Asia00.00
 Americas212.50
 Eastern Mediterranean16.25
 Africa16.25
 Europe1275.00
 Western Pacific00.00
Mental health and substance use
Depression
 Yes1062.50
 No637.50
Anxiety
 Yes850.00
 No850.00
Suicide ideation
 Often/all the time531.25
 Never1062.50
 Missing16.25
Active alcohol use disorder
 Yes743.75
 No531.25
 Missing425.00
Tobacco use
 Yes1062.50
 No637.50
Gender affirmation
Hormone utilisation
 Yes531.25
 No, not applicable1168.75
Limited access to therapy or counselling
 Yes743.75
 No956.25
Limited access to surgery
 Yes637.50
 No850.00
 Missing212.50
Limited access to medical materials
 Yes318.75
 No1168.75
 Missing212.50
Limited access to non-medical materials
 Yes637.50
 No956.25
 Missing16.25
Economic challenges
Had more than 20% reduction in income
 Yes637.50
 No1062.50
Had not been able to meet basic needs with current income
 Yes1593.75
 No16.25
Had cut or skipped meals due to financial strains
 Yes956.25
 No743.75
Healthcare experience
Avoided healthcare services due to gender identity
 Yes637.50
 No956.25
 Missing16.25
Mistreated in health facility due to gender identity
 Yes956.25
 No531.25
 Missing212.50
  • Column percentages are reported. Sample sizes stratified by variables may not add up to total sample size due to missingness.