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COVID-19 could wipe out gains in equality for women at work - U.N.

Women are in greater danger of infection, and less likely to have social security coverage. Image: REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

Matthew Lavietes

Journalist, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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510 million women work in the industries with most job losses compared to 36.6% of men. Image: ILO
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