Women leaders across the globe have demonstrated exceptional leadership during Covid-19, thereby attracting praise across the board. For instance, in the political arena, women politicians such as Jacinda Ardern, the New Zealand prime minister, the chief medical officers Bonnie Henry and Theresa Tam. Moreover, across the world, there is universal acceptance that the perspective of women must drive the response against this pandemic. Thus, attention to domestic violence, which is rapidly happening during this crisis, is an excellent area for women in leadership to address. However, what impact will this pandemic have on women’s political influence? For instance, in the coming years’ post-corona-virus, will there be more female leaders, or will the number reduce?