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Table 2 Summary of vaccination interventions conducted in response to the yellow fever outbreak in Nigeria 2017–2019 through reactive and preventive campaigns in the four identified Epidemic blocks

From: The resurgence of yellow fever outbreaks in Nigeria: a 2-year review 2017–2019

Epid. Block State ICG requests and reactive vaccinations Preventive mass vaccination campaigns (PMVC) Total Vaccinated
   Implementation months Total reactive vaccinations Post campaign coverage survey Nov-18 Feb-18 Oct–Dec 2019 Total PMVC vaccinations Post campaign coverage survey   
Block 1 FCT      3,269,041   3,269,041 96% 3,269,041 29,357,509
  Katsina Aug-18 154,131 74%    6,720,113 6,720,113 84% 6,874,244  
  Kebbi Mar-18 1,525,308 89%   2,283,993   2,283,993 62% 3,809,301  
  Kogi Nov-17 776,995 92% 3,153,422    3,153,422 92% 3,930,417  
  Kwara Nov-17 1,025,727 87% 1,884,065    1,884,065 85% 2,909,792  
  Niger Mar-18 1,222,506 91%   4,342,518   4,342,518 78% 5,565,024  
  Sokoto Mar-18 191,239 87%   2,808,451   2,808,451 69% 2,999,690  
Block 2 Delta Jul-19 431,164 73%     0   431,164 7,814,903
Edo Jul-19 2,176,515 64%     0   2,176,515
Zamfara Dec-17 1,250,404 80% 2,767,267    2,767,267 80% 4,017,671
Ondo Jul-19 1,189,553 87%     0   1,189,553
Block 3 Benue Aug-19 710,308 78.%     0   710,308 1,854,461
Cross River Aug-19 129,713 NA     0   129,713
Ebonyi Aug-19 1,014,440 NA     0   1,014,440
Block 4 Bauchi**   407,708      0   407,708 6,621,370
Borno*   0   983,982 524,378   1,508,360 78% 1,508,360
Plateau   0    4,705,302   4,705,302 94% 4,705,302
  Total   12,205,711   8,788,736 17,933,683 6,720,113 33,442,532   45,648,243