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Table 3 Distribution of cholera attack rates and case fatality rates by state, Nigeria, 2018

From: Descriptive epidemiology of cholera outbreak in Nigeria, January–November, 2018: implications for the global roadmap strategy

State Projected 2018 population Cases Deaths Attack rate/100,000 population CFR (%)
Adamawa 4,464,609.877 2748 41 61.55 1.50
Anambra 5,825,118.003 23 1 0.40 4.35
Bauchi 6,984,963.699 9405 35 134.65 0.37
Borno 6,200,395.472 7626 74 123.00 0.97
Ebonyi 3,027,451.68 182 7 6.01 3.85
FCTa 4,084,890.258 221 14 5.41 6.33
Gombe 3,435,108.839 552 18 16.07 3.26
Jigawa 6,128,283.561 15 1 0.24 6.67
Kaduna 8,649,466.817 401 25 4.64 6.23
Kano 13,854,062.42 1905 73 13.75 3.83
Katsina 8,258,831.146 7400 190 89.60 2.57
Kebbi 4,671,593.545 198 7 4.24 3.54
Kogi 4,674,338.533 102 8 2.18 7.84
Kwara 3,380,605.955 10 0 0.30 0.00
Nasarawa 2,656,584.616 71 5 2.67 7.04
Niger 5,900,257.11 584 29 9.90 4.97
Plateau 4,376,193.378 347 6 7.93 1.73
Sokoto 5,271,036.573 1602 84 30.40 5.24
Yobe 3,508,083.395 2275 83 64.85 3.65
Zamfara 4,757,222.358 8329 135 175.08 1.62
Total 34,524,321.92 43,996 836 127.43 1.90
  1. a Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria (Abuja)