# Table 5 Extrapolated percentages of exposed and intoxicated miners in Zimbabwe

Sex and age groups

Total population [[49]]

Main analysis*

Scenario analysis

Minimum scenario**

Maximum scenario***

% exposed of the total population

% of the total population showing intoxication

Male and female

Total

12,492,000

3

2

2

3

0-8

3,069,000

(âˆ’)

(âˆ’)

(âˆ’)

(âˆ’)

9-14

2,080,000

3

2

1

1

15+

7,343,000

4

3

3

6

Male

Total

6,067,000

4

4

3

7

0-8

1,540,000

(âˆ’)

(âˆ’)

(âˆ’)

(âˆ’)

9-14

1,042,000

4

3

1

1

15+

3,485,000

6

5

4

11

15-24

1,533,000

5

4

4

9

25-34

871,000

10

9

7

18

35-41

293,000

Â

7

6

14

42+

788,000

3

3

3

6

Female

Total

6,425,000

2

1

1

1

0-8

1,529,000

(âˆ’)

(âˆ’)

(âˆ’)

(âˆ’)

9-14

1,038,000

1

1

1

1

15+

3,858,000

2

1

2

1

15-24

1,552,000

2

1

1

1

25-34

870,000

4

2

4

1

35-41

353,000

3

1

3

1

42+

1,083,000

1

1

1

1

1. All numbers and percentages are rounded.
2. *The main analysis includes the numbers given in TableÂ 4 (Column C).
3. **The minimum scenario means that the lowest total prevalence is reached. Included are the following numbers: 350,000 occupationally exposed; 50% of the adults are female; 2% of the total are children (see TableÂ 4 for sources).
4. ***The maximum scenario means that the highest total prevalence is reached. Included are the following numbers: 500,000 occupationally exposed; 11% of the adults are female; 2% of the total are children (see TableÂ 4 for sources). In the maximum scenario, there is a low disease prevalence of women and children compared to the minimum scenario, because of the higher sample prevalence of adults compared to children and men vs. women (TableÂ 4). Hence, the maximum scenario is reached when the lowest involvement of children and women is assumed.
5. (-) children aged 0â€“8 were not assumed to be occupationally exposed.