Differential Mortality Rates by Ethnicity in 3 Influenza Pandemics Over a Century, New Zealand
Nick Wilson , Lucy Telfar Barnard, Jennifer A. Summers, G. Dennis Shanks, and Michael G. Baker
Author affiliations: University of Otago, Wellington, New Zealand (N. Wilson, L. Telfar Barnard, J.A. Summers, M.G. Baker); Australian Army Malaria Institute, Enoggera, Queensland, Australia (G.D. Shanks)
Figure 2. Mortality rate ratios (age-standardized on the basis of 2009 data) for Māori versus European/other New Zealanders (non-Māori/non-Pacific) during 3 influenza pandemics in New Zealand. *Data from (6); †official mortality rate data; ‡age-standardized to the Māori population. Error bar represents 95% CI.
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