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Table 2 Origin of imported cases, delay in notifications and duration of viraemia (in days) in north Queensland, Australia (Data set 2)

From: Epidemiology of dengue in a high-income country: a case study in Queensland, Australia

  Years
Source of importation 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total (%)
Not indicated       3        2   5 (2.2)
Cambodia         1 1 2    1   5 (2.2)
Cook Islands             3    3 (1.3)
East Timor    7 2 2   3 1   1 1 2 1   20 (8.9)
Fiji       1       3    4 (1.8)
India       1   1     1   1 4 (1.8)
Indonesia   1     3     5 7 6 21 12 55 (24.6)
Laos           1    1   2 (0.9)
Malaysia            1 1 3   5 (2.2)
PNG 1 4 6 4 1 8 1 1 1 1 3 1 15 5 52 (23.2)
Philippines      1   1 2   2   1 7 1 15 (6.7)
Samoa     1        1 1    3 (1.3)
Sri Lanka        2 1    2     5 (2.2)
Thailand 2 1   3 1    1 1 2   4 9 6 30 (13.4)
Vanuatu      2       1 1    4 (1.8)
Viet Nam          1   1 2 3 1 8 (3.6)
Others1            1 1 1 1 4 (1.8)
Total 3 6 13 10 7 16 7 8 4 14 18 27 64 27 224
Delay of notification 2 5.7 [2–11] 5.3 [2–9] 1.8 [0–4] 2.7 [0–8] 1.4 [0–6] 7.3 [0–49] 2.0 [0–6] 3.4 [0–7] 3.2 [1–5] 4.4 [0–10] 6.7 [0–30] 5.4 [0–61] 3.8 [0–23] 3.2 [0–11]  
Duration of viraemia 2 6.7 [3–12] 5.0 [3–9] 4.0 [0–7] 3.9 [0–6] 6.1 [3–11] 7.0 [1–12] 10.0 [5–12] 6.9 [2–12] 6.3 [3–10] 7.3 [0–12] 6.6 [0–12] 8.1 [0–12] 5.2 [0–12] 5.4 [1–12]  
  1. 1 Others: represent individual source of importation: Guyana, Panama, Timor-Leste and Tonga.
  2. 2 Mean and range of delay in notification and duration of viraemia (days).