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Table 1 Incidence rates of malaria among the indigenous and the non-indigenous population, and the population attributable fraction of malaria among the indigenous population in Amazonas and surrounding regions

From: Deforestation, drainage network, indigenous status, and geographical differences of malaria in the State of Amazonas

State/region Total population Population of indigenous people Population of non-indigenous people Overall annual average incidence rate Annual average incidence rate among the indigenous population Annual average incidence rate among the non-indigenous population Indigenous population attributable fraction (%)
Amazonas 3341,143 126,236 3214,907 4142.72 12,976.02 3749.82 8.0
Alto Solimoes 230,744 47,496 183,248 4497.66 13,210.45 2239.37 50.0
Lower Amazonas 212,716 5418 207,298 358.13 996.59 341.44 5.0
Regions surrounding Manaus and Negro River (east) 1928,278 10,761 1917,516 2978.17 6819.55 2956.61 1.0
Regions surrounding Manaus and Negro River (west) 78,565 38,929 39,636 12,407.85 14,051.52 10,793.47 13.0
Middle Amazonas 144,074 368 143,706 3760.7 39,647.22 2638.65 3.0
Jurua River 113,439 3569 109,870 7255.33 18,262.31 6897.78 5.0
Madeira River 152,488 8274 144,214 8223.04 9911.53 8126.17 1.0
Negro River and Solimoes 241,341 2676 238,665 5800.41 12,268.38 5727.87 1.0
Purus River 109,802 4892 104,910 9644.27 23,802.81 8983.95 7.0
Triangulo 129,697 3853 125,844 7188.02 19,138.33 6822.13 5.0