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Table 1 Number and incidence of COVID-19 in different cities of Sichuan Province

From: Should we remain hopeful? The key 8 weeks: spatiotemporal epidemic characteristics of COVID-19 in Sichuan Province and its comparative analysis with other provinces in China and global epidemic trends

City Population Number of counties Confirmed case number Rank of case number Incidence
/100,000
Rank of incidence
Cheng Du 1633 20 144 1 0.8818 4
Gan Zi 119.6 18 78 2 6.5217 1
Da Zhou 572 7 42 3 0.7343 5
Nan Chong 644 9 39 4 0.6056 7
Guang An 324.1 6 30 5 0.9256 3
Ba Zhong 332.2 5 24 6 0.7225 6
Lu Zhou 432.4 7 24 6 0.555 9
Nei Jiang 369.9 5 22 8 0.5948 8
Mian Yang 485.7 9 21 9 0.4324 12
De Yang 354.5 6 19 10 0.536 10
Sui Ning 320.2 5 17 11 0.5309 11
Pan Zhi Hua 123.6 5 15 12 1.2136 2
Liang Shan 490.8 17 15 13 0.3056 15
Yi Bin 455.6 10 12 14 0.2634 17
Zi Gong 292 6 9 15 0.3082 14
Mei Shan 298.4 6 8 16 0.2681 16
Ya An 154 8 6 17 0.3896 13
Guang Yuan 266.7 7 6 17 0.225 18
Zi Yang 251.2 3 4 19 0.1592 19
Le Shan 326.7 11 3 20 0.0918 21
A Ba 94.4 13 1 21 0.1059 20
Subtotala 8341 183 539   0.6462  
Overseas imported cases    21    
Imported case after Wuhan unsealed    1    
Total    561    
  1. aIn Sichuan, up to March 4, a total of 21 cities had been reported (covering all the city-level geographical units), with a subtotal number of 539 confirmed cases and an incidence of 0.6432/100,000. The subtotal number was for the confirmed first wave. It did not contain 21 overseas imported cases reported from March 17 to April 6 and only one was imported from Wuhan after Wuhan was unsealed. Wuhan was unsealed on April 8, and this case was reported on April 17. All 22 cases were discovered in the observation period after they returned to Chengdu and did not cause secondary transmissions