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Table 1 Spearman correlation for Zika virus incidence and variables related to socioeconomic status, household conditions, and rainfall

From: Association between socio-environmental factors, coverage by family health teams, and rainfall in the spatial distribution of Zika virus infection in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 2015 and 2016

INCOME < 1 MW INCOME1to2MW BROWN_BLACK NO_SCHOOL WATER_SYST SEWAGE_SYST GARB_COLLECT LIVE_ALONE RAINFALL TEAM_FHS
LOG_TXZIKV 0.122a 0.223a 0.099a 0.096a −0.148a − 0.192a 0.055a − 0.084a − 0.174a 0.052a
INCOME < 1 MW   0.076a 0.881a 0.808a −0.221a −0.337a − 0.212a −0.205a − 0.320a 0.245a
INCOME1to2MW    0.218a 0.061a −0.001 −0.072a 0.094a −0.146a − 0.269a −0.059a
BROWN_BLACK     0.756a −0.199a −0.322a − 0.198a −0.188a − 0.309a 0.215a
NO_SCHOOL      −0.253a −0.369a − 0.270a −0.233a − 0.268a 0.183a
WATER_SYST       0.447a 0.211a 0.066a 0.043a −0.003
SEWAGE_SYST        0.198a 0.139a 0.126a 0.028a
GARB_COLLECT         0.037a −0.033a −0.051a
LIVE_ALONE          0.225a 0.018
RAINFALL           −0.011
  1. a level of significance: 0.05