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Table 2 In the second column rate per 100,000 practice population of observed number of ILI cases from October 2013 until March 2014 for each London borough (n=32) are shown

From: Analysing the link between public transport use and airborne transmission: mobility and contagion in the London underground

Borough Rate of observed cases Φ-values
Barking 13.65 2.3819
Barnet 10.35 1.0831
Bexley 5 No Underground
Brent 15.18 1.2586
Bromley 5.96 No Underground
Camden 12.00 1.2365
Croydon 9.64 No Underground
Ealing 7.72 0.9672
Enfield 10.81 1.5157
Greenwich 17.23 8.7555
Hackney 13.16 1.042
Hammersmith and Fulham 1.98 1.2096
Haringey 7.73 3.2414
Harrow 16.98 0.7509
Havering 1.02 1.0846
Hillingdon 9.87 0.2961
Hounslow 1.00 1.3454
Islington 15.37 2.0261
Kensington and Chelsea 5.5 1.161
Kingston upon Thames 4.9 No Underground
Lambeth 12.84 4.3647
Lewisham 11.75 No Underground
Merton 8.41 2.1899
Newham 15.67 4.7831
Redbridge 5.54 1.0542
Richmond upon Thames 2.3 1.8118
Southwark 16.83 4.4972
Sutton 8.40 No Underground
Tower Hamlets 16.66 2.2178
Waltham Forest 10.35 4.7722
Wandsworth 11.04 3.3296
Westminster 6.96 0.8579
  1. In the third column, each borough Φ-values are presented. A correlation coefficient of 0.44 is obtained