Volume 13, Number 10—October 2007
Global Poverty and Human Development
Public Transportation and Pulmonary Tuberculosis, Lima, Peru
|Mean age, y||35.7|
|Indigenous (Quechua), %||38.7|
|15–44 years of age, %||77.5|
|Secondary school or higher
|Household indicators, %|
|Only 1 room||18.3|
|Roof of solid material||41.5|
|Connection to public water supply||56.3|
|Toilet with running water||58.5|
|Occupation, men (n = 63), %|
|Occupation, women (n = 79), %|
|Means of transportation, %|
|Do not travel to work||27.5|
|Time spent commuting,† %|
|30 min to 1 h||60.0|
*More than 3 persons sleeping in the same room.
†Of those using public transportation, n = 65.
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