95% of the Indian population resides in malaria prone areas
India accounts for 75% of all malaria cases in South-East Asia
The number of dengue cases has risen by 4 times since 2010. More than 1 lakh dengue cases were reported in 2016.
India ranks 3rd in number of malaria cases in the world
In India, 99% of deaths due to malaria are reported in endemic states
Around 1.3 million suspected chikungunya fever cases were reported in India in 2006.It is suspected that many cases of chikungunya are either misdiagnosed or go unreported till date.
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