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Table 2 New infections in all South Africa 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
New infections among all SA residents 6.25 × 104
(4.1%)
7.77 × 104
(5.0%)
1.38 × 105
(9.0%)
1.26 × 106
(81.9%)
1.54 × 106
(100%)
Population size of attributable source 4.85 × 105
(0.9%)
2.14 × 106
(4.1%)
3.35 × 106
(6.5%)
4.58 × 107
(88.4%)
5.18 × 106
(100%)
Ratio of new infection %:population % 4.33 1.22 1.39 0.93 1.00
Prevalence est. in attributable source 1.04 × 104
(2.5%)
1.84 × 104
(4.4%)
3.47 × 104
(8.4%)
3.52 × 105
(84.7%)
4.15 × 105
(100%)
Ratio of new infection %:prevalence % 1.62 1.14 1.07 0.97 1.00
  1. Number of cases and percentage of total; ratio of percentage of total infections to percentage of total population that each group represents; and ratio of percentage of total infections to percentage of total prevalence that each group represents, using mean of Monte Carlo simulations from the static risk model