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Table 1 Population and epidemiological parameters for the Zika outbreaks

From: Guillain–Barré syndrome risk among individuals infected with Zika virus: a multi-country assessment

  Population
(thousands)
EW of dataset Time period
(weeks)
Reported suspect GBS cases Reported suspect Zika cases Source
Bahia, Brazil 15,203 EW1–2015 to EW52–2015 52 155 30,266 [11]
Colombia 48,230 EW42–2015 to EW52–2016 62 677 105,027 [14]
Dominican Republic 10,400 EW3–2016 to EW52–2016 50 285 5241 [15]
El Salvador 6426 EW37–2015 to EW13–2016 28 184 11,054 [11]
French Polynesia 280 EW41–2013 to EW15–2014 27 42 31,448 [23]
Honduras 8423 EW1–2016 to EW13–2016 13 71 17,485 [11]
Puerto Rico 3600 EW1–2016 to EW7–2017 59 68 73,034 [16]
Salvador, Brazil 2700 EW7–2015 to EW52–2015 46 49 16,966 [17]
Suriname 548 EW38–2015 to EW13–2016 28 15 3097 [11]
Venezuela 31,292 EW49–2015 to EW13–2016 17 684 32,801 [11]
Yap, Micronesia 7.391 EW16–2007 to EW28–2007 13 0 180 [13]
  1. Population size for Yap from [13]; for Salvador, Brazil from [24]; all others from [11, 25]
  2. EW epidemiological weeks, GBS Guillain–Barré syndrome