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Volume 28, Supplement—December 2022

A Nationally Representative Survey of COVID-19 in Pakistan, 2021–2022

Sarah AheronComments to Author , Kerton R. Victory, Amnah Imtiaz, Ian Fellows, Sara I. Gilani, Bilal Gilani, Christie Reed, and Avi J. Hakim
Author affiliations: US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, Pretoria, South Africa (S. Aheron); US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (K.R. Victory, A.J. Hakim); Gallup Pakistan, Islamabad, Pakistan (A. Imtiaz, S.I. Gilani, B. Gilani); Fellows Statistics, San Diego, CA, USA (I. Fellows); US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, Islamabad, Pakistan (C. Reed)

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Table 3

Survey-based estimates of confirmed and suspected COVID-19 cases, Pakistan, 2021–2022

COVID-19 cases
Illness rate (95% CI)
No. cases/100,000 population
Total estimated no. cases (95% CI)
Confirmed cases 316 0.0069 (0.0040–0.0098) 690 1,518,000 (880,000–2,156,000)
Suspected and confirmed cases 856 0.0192 (0.0148–0.0236) 1,900 4,180,000 (3,256,000–5,192,000)

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