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Table 1 Cases of malaria reported in the municipality of Oiapoque, Amapá, Brazil, according to geographical area of origin, 2003–2015

From: Complex malaria epidemiology in an international border area between Brazil and French Guiana: challenges for elimination

Year Urban Rural Total case
Polo Kumarumã Polo Kumenê Polo Manga Other villages Other rural areas Rural total
n %* n %** n %** n %** n %** n %** n %*
2003 134 14.3 7 0.9 5 0.1 46 5.7 60 7.5 686 85.3 804 85.7 938
2004 142 16.0 20 2.7 24 3.2 174 23.4 48 6.5 477 64.2 743 84.0 885
2005 335 25.5 35 3.6 47 4.8 176 17.9 80 8.2 643 65.5 981 74.5 1316
2006 395 15.9 64 3.1 353 16.9 572 27.3 255 12.2 850 40.6 2094 84.1 2489
2007 380 13.8 134 5.7 309 13.1 934 39.5 254 10.7 735 31.1 2366 86.2 2746
2008 769 23.8 449 18.2 368 15.0 675 27.4 208 8.5 761 30.9 2461 76.2 3230
2009 815 24.1 418 16.3 586 22.8 839 32.6 113 4.4 616 24.0 2572 75.9 3387
2010 1451 37.4 184 7.6 587 24.2 611 25.2 226 9.3 818 33.7 2426 62.6 3877
2011 1822 41.6 178 7.0 833 32.5 684 26.7 694 27.1 171 6.7 2560 58.4 4382
2012 1269 53.7 33 3.0 169 15.4 375 34.2 204 18.6 315 28.7 1096 46.3 2365
2013 606 57.7 13 2.9 67 15.1 272 61.3 72 16.2 20 4.5 444 42.3 1050
2014 352 55.7 2 0.7 22 7.9 98 35.0 77 27.5 81 28.9 280 44.3 632
2015 333 32.4 2 0.3 186 26.7 238 34.2 53 7.6 217 31.2 696 67.6 1029
Total 8803 31.1 1539 7.9 3556 18.2 5694 29.2 2344 12.0 6172 31.6 19,523 68.9 28,326
  1. *Percentage of total municipality
  2. **Percentage of total rural area