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Table 1 Force of infection (per-susceptible rate of infection) attributable to each population

From: Small contribution of gold mines to the ongoing tuberculosis epidemic in South Africa: a modeling-based study

  From mining residents From peri-mining residents From labor-sending residents From other SA residents From all residents
Among mining residents 2.00 × 10−1
(94.0%)
4.41 × 10−3
(2.1%)
6.98 × 10−3
(3.3%)
1.32 × 10−3
(0.6%)
2.12 × 10−1
(100%)
Among peri-mining residents 2.48 × 10−3
(5.8%)
3.90 × 10−2
(91.5%)
5.73 × 10−4
(1.3%)
5.93 × 10−4
(1.4%)
4.27 × 10−2
(100%)
Among labor-sending residents 2.09 × 10−3
(3.6%)
3.04 × 10−4
(0.5%)
5.52 × 10−2
(94.7%)
6.88 × 10−4
(1.2%)
5.83 × 10−2
(100%)
Among other SA residents 3.88 × 10−5
(0.1%)
3.15 × 10−4
(0.2%)
6.80 × 10−5
(0.2%)
3.45 × 10−2
(98.8%)
3.51 × 10−2
(100%)
  1. Per-annum rate and percentage of total from all groups using mean of Monte Carlo simulations from the spreadsheet model