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Figure 2. Relative abundance of P. vivax malaria in northeastern States of India during 2008-2013. Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland showed the highest percentage (60-80%) of vivax malaria, and progressive increase in vivax cases was noted in Manipur beginning 2011 reaching at par with other States. In Assam, this percentage is less than half (≤30%). In Meghalaya and Tripura the percentage of vivax malaria is the lowest (~10%). These percentage figures in these States were almost stable from 2008-2013 except that for Manipur. (Source: Ref. 4)

Figure 2. Relative abundance of <i>P. vivax</i> malaria in northeastern States of India during 2008-2013. Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland showed the highest percentage (60-80%) of vivax malaria, and progressive increase in vivax cases was noted in Manipur beginning 2011 reaching at par with other States. In Assam, this percentage is less than half (≤30%). In Meghalaya and Tripura the percentage of vivax malaria is the lowest (~10%). These percentage figures in these States were almost stable from 2008-2013 except that for Manipur. (<i>Source</i>: Ref. 4)