ETFs related to health care stocks indices have lost both in terms of performances and flows on the last day of January with a drop of 2,01% on average and $ 342 millions of net outflows. In addition to the coronavirus fears, the health care sector suffers from the rising in the polls of Sen. Bernie Sanders in the Democratic presidential race. He has proposed a dramatic overhaul of the U.S. health-care system known as Medicare for All which could affect insurers, drug manufacturers and other companies linked to the sector. The 1-month cumulated performance of this segment of 22 ETFs is now negative, at -2,30% and the net inflow has dropped to $ 40M over the past 30 days. This segment represents $ 35 Bn of assets under management.