News in a time of pandemic...

Why do female leaders seem so good at tackling the coronavirus pandemic?

Women make up less than 7 per cent of world leaders globally.
But if anyone could be said to be having a "good pandemic", it has disproportionately been some of these female leaders.
From Taiwan to Germany, New Zealand to Iceland, the responses of countries with women at the helm have been generally seen as the most effective, keeping deaths down and the spread of the infection under control.