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Table 1 Bi-variable and multi-variable logistic regression analysis of factors associated with measles outbreak, Zuna kebele, Sekota Zuria district, Amhara region, May 2016

From: Being unvaccinated and having a contact history increased the risk of measles infection during an outbreak: a finding from measles outbreak investigation in rural district of Ethiopia

Variables Measles status Crude odds ratio (COR)(95% CI) Adjusted odds ratio (AOR)(95% CI)
Case Control
Vaccination status
 Yes 5 30 0.19 (0.07–0.58) 0.17 (0.05–0.53)*
 No 24 28 1.00 1.00
Contact history with measles cases
 Yes 18 21 2.88 (1.15–7.25) 3.44 (1.26–9.38)*
 No 11 37 1.00 1.00
Educational status
 Illiterate 22 47 1.00 1.00
 Primary 7 11 1.22 (0.42–3.53) 1.57 (0.38–6.56)
Occupation
 Farmer 22 51 1.00 1.00
 Student 7 7 0.43 (0.14–1.38) 0.36 (0.01–1.34)
Knowledge about measles transmission
 Yes 19 40 0.86 (0.33–2.20) 0.82 (0.26–2.54)
 No 10 18 1.00 1.00
No of people living in a room
  < 5 13 40 1.00 1.00
  ≥ 5 16 18 2.74 (1.091–6.86) 1.89 (0.65–5.56)
Age in years
  < 5 5 22 0.20 (0.06–0.67) 0.36 (0.08–1.58)
 5–14 8 22 0.32 (0.11–0.94) 0.33 (0.10–1.09)
  ≥ 15 16 14 1.00 1.00
Sex
 Male 17 29 1.42 (0.58–3.49) 1.64 (0.52–5.21)
 Female 12 29 1.00 1.00
  1. *P<0.05