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Figure 1: Fading intensity of chikungunya fever from India. The coloured boxes indicate the incidence of chikungunya fever in one million people. Numbering in the first map indicates corresponding States described in the text. Legends: Tamil Nadu (1), Kerala (2), Karnataka (3), Andhra Pradesh (4), Maharashtra (5), Orissa (6), Madhya Pradesh (7), Gujarat (8), Rajasthan (9), Delhi (10), Uttar Pradesh (11), Chhattisgarh (12), Jharkhand (13), Bihar (14), West Bengal (15), Haryana (16), Punjab (17), Uttarakhand (18), Himachal Pradesh (19), Jammu & Kashmir (20), Sikkim (21), Meghalaya (22), North Eastern States (23) such as Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura, Goa (24), Lakshadweep (25), Puducherry (26) and Andaman & Nicobar Islands (27). Source: Ref. 6.

Figure 1: Fading intensity of chikungunya fever from India. The coloured boxes indicate the incidence of chikungunya fever in one million people. Numbering in the first map indicates corresponding States described in the text. Legends: Tamil Nadu (1), Kerala (2), Karnataka (3), Andhra Pradesh (4), Maharashtra (5), Orissa (6), Madhya Pradesh (7), Gujarat (8), Rajasthan (9), Delhi (10), Uttar Pradesh (11), Chhattisgarh (12), Jharkhand (13), Bihar (14), West Bengal (15), Haryana (16), Punjab (17), Uttarakhand (18), Himachal Pradesh (19), Jammu & Kashmir (20), Sikkim (21), Meghalaya (22), North Eastern States (23) such as Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura, Goa (24), Lakshadweep (25), Puducherry (26) and Andaman & Nicobar Islands (27).
<i>Source</i>: Ref. 6.