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Table 1 Food handler’s socio-demographic characteristics in relation to norovirus infection status in Kibera, Kenya 2017

From: Norovirus infections and knowledge, attitudes and practices in food safety among food handlers in an informal urban settlement, Kenya 2017

Variables (n = 283)norovirus Positivenorovirus NegativeOdds Ratio95%Confidence Interval (CI)
N = 43%N = 240%(OR)LowerUpper
Age (years)
 18–39311419086Ref
 40–641219.45080.61.470.703.6
Gender
 Female3115.716684.3Ref
 Male121474860.870.421.78
Education level
 Primary2419.210180.8Ref
 Secondary1712.611887.40.610.119.84
 Tertiary15.61794.40.250.311.19
 None1204801.050.031.95
Income per month*
  < 50001719.17280.9Ref
 5001–10001415.77584.30.790.361.72
 1001–1500047.35192.70.330.111.05
  > 1500181642840.810.322.03
Premise type
 None38.33391.7Ref
 Fixed1714.99785.11.930.537.00
 Mobile2317.311082.72.30.658.14
Wards
Makina1220.34779.7Ref
Sarangombe1014.55985.50.660.261.67
Lindi919.23880.90.930.352.43
Laini Saba49.33990.70.400.121.35
High Rise812.35787.70.550.211.46
  1. * Kenyan shillings *Ref Reference