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Table 5 Comparison of vaccination coverage during each campaign round based on the results of the two surveys

From: An innovative approach in monitoring oral cholera vaccination campaign: integration of a between-round survey

  First round coverage from evidence
N = 4372
 Second round coverage from evidence
N = 4840
X² (Pearson) P-value
N n (%[CI]) N n (%[CI])
Health Area
Houpou 412 349 (84.7 [84.1, 85.3]) 359 336 (93.6 [93.2, 94.0]) 14.4 < 0.00
Kila 301 247 (82.1 [81.4, 82.7]) 533 469 (88.0 [87.4, 88.6]) 5.1 0.01
Kortchi 555 455 (82.0 [81.3, 82.6]) 603 551 (91.4 [90.9, 91.8]) 21.6 < 0.00
Kossehone 452 319 (70.6 [69.8, 71.3]) 800 725 (90.6 [90.1, 91.1]) 82.4 < 0.00
Mogode 660 607 (92.0 [91.6, 92.4]) 772 675 (87.4 [86.9, 87.9]) 7.3 0.99
Rhumsiki 585 534 (91.3 [90.7, 91.8]) 476 369 (77.5 [76.7, 78.4]) 38.1 0.99
Rhumzou 691 674 (97.5 [97.3, 97.8]) 659 645 (97.9 [97.6, 98.1]) 0.1 0.41
Sir 716 431 (60.2 [59.6, 60.8]) 638 528 (82.8 [82.3, 83.2]) 82.0 < 0.00
Sub Group
Children 1701 1486 (85.9 [85.6, 86.2]) 1912 1781 (92.9 [92.7, 93.1]) 34.2 < 0.00
Female 1479 1211 (80.4 [80.0, 80.8]) 1693 1471 (86.9 [86.5, 87.2]) 14.8 < 0.00
Male 1192 916 (75.0 [74.5, 75.5]) 1235 1046 (84.4 [84.1, 84.9]) 23.6 < 0.00
District 4372 3616 (81.0 [80.8, 81.3]) 4840 4298 (88.7 [88.5, 88.8]) 69.0 < 0.00