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Table 2 Mean PM2.5 levels by district in Lima during 2010–2016

From: PM2.5 exposure on daily cardio-respiratory mortality in Lima, Peru, from 2010 to 2016

No.DistrictX (μg/m3)SDNo.DistrictX (μg/m3)SD
North Lima 22.7
 1Ancon22.32.435Puente Piedra27.22.93
 2Comas27.33.316San Martin de Porras18.32.19
 3Independencia23.32.437Santa Rosa21.11.98
 4Los Olivos19.32.30 
Centre Lima 18.0
 1Cercado de Lima18.42.139Miraflores16.91.58
 2Barranco16.81.4710Rimac20.42.35
 3Breña17.62.2111San Borja19.72.27
 4Jesus María16.52.3112San Isidro17.01.97
 5La Victoria19.22.2513San Luis20.32.22
 6Lince17.32.2514San Miguel17.11.31
 7Magdalena16.41.5115Santiago de Surco20.31.79
 8Pueblo Libre16.81.6816Surquillo17.41.93
South Lima 20.5
 1Chorrillos17.91.257San Bartolo21.42.79
 2Lurin18.61.398San Juan de Miraflores20.31.88
 3Pachacamac27.71.559Santa Maria18.11.11
 4Pucusana17.91.0310Villa El Salvador19.41.95
 5Punta Hermosa19.61.8311Villa Maria del Triunfo24.72.14
 6Punta Negra19.82.10 
East Lima 29.3
 1Ate29.14.124San Juan de Lurigancho32.14.92
 2El Agustino27.43.775Santa Anita28.84.87
 3La Molina29.13.38 
  1. Air quality guidelines PM2.5: WHO: 10 μg/m3 annual mean; MINAM-Peru: 25 μg/m3 annual mean