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Table 1 The total ZIKV infection cases, population, and crude incidence of ZIKV infection among 32 departments in Colombia, 2015 ̶ 2016

From: Surveillance on the endemic of Zika virus infection by meteorological factors in Colombia: a population-based spatial and temporal study

Department # of cases Weekly casesa Population Crude incidence (per 10,000 population)
Amazonas 293 2.50 46,950 62.41
Antioquia 2286 19.54 5,601,507 4.08
Arauca 1851 15.82 153,028 120.96
Atlantico 6743 57.63 2,112,001 31.93
Bolivar 1893 16.18 1,836,640 10.31
Boyaca 374 3.20 1,210,982 3.09
Caldas 384 3.28 898,490 4.27
Caqueta 1212 10.36 337,932 35.87
Casanare 3944 33.71 281,294 140.21
Cauca 265 2.26 1,182,022 2.24
Cesar 1596 13.64 878,437 18.17
Choco 22 0.19 388,476 0.57
Cordoba 2931 25.05 1,462,909 20.04
Cundinamarca 5083 43.44 9,007,373 5.64
Guainia 17 0.15 18,797 9.04
Guaviare 195 1.67 56,758 34.36
Huila 6963 59.51 1,001,476 69.53
La Guajira 673 5.75 655,943 10.26
Magdalena 3180 27.18 1,136,819 27.97
Meta 4301 36.76 713,772 60.26
Narino 59 0.50 1,498,234 0.39
Norte de Santander 10,512 89.85 1,208,336 87.00
Putumayo 538 4.60 237,197 22.68
Quindío 397 3.39 518,691 7.65
Risaralda 1385 11.84 859,666 16.11
San Andres and Providencia 1146 9.79 59,573 192.37
Santander 10,069 86.06 1,913,444 52.62
Sucre 1843 15.75 762,263 24.18
Tolima 7079 60.50 1,312,304 53.94
Valle del Cauca 26,908 229.98 4,052,535 66.40
Vaupes 0 0.00 19,943 0.00
Vichada 41 0.35 44,592 9.19
  1. aThe weekly cases started from the 40th week of 2015, which was the first report released by Epidemiological Bulletin in Colombia