Table 1. | Mapping global environmental suitability for Zika virus

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Mapping global environmental suitability for Zika virus

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University of Oxford, United Kingdom; University of Washington, United States; University of Melbourne, United Kingdom; University of Southampton, United Kingdom; Harvard Medical School, United Kingdom; University of Toronto, Canada; St Michael's Hospital, Canada; Flowminder Foundation, Sweden; Heidelberg University Hospital, Germany; Heidelberg partner site, Germany; Ministry of Health Brazil, Brazil; University of California Davis, United States
Table 1.

Population living in areas suitable for ZIKV transmission within each major world region and top four countries contributing to these populations at risk.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7554/eLife.15272.011

Region/CountryPopulation living in areas suitable for ZIKV transmission (millions)
Africa452.58
Nigeria111.97
Democratic Republic of the Congo68.95
Uganda33.43
United Republic of Tanzania22.70
Americas298.36
Brazil120.65
Mexico32.22
Colombia29.54
Venezuela22.22
Asia1,422.13
India413.19
Indonesia226.04
China213.84
Bangladesh133.29
World2,173.27