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Table 1 Monthly incidence of malaria in Mangaluru city

From: Digitized smart surveillance and micromanagement using information technology for malaria elimination in Mangaluru, India: an analysis of five-year post-digitization data

Month 2013–14 2014–15
DY
2015–16 PDY 1a 2016–17
PDY 2
2017–18
PDY 3
2018–19
PDY 4
2019–20
PDY 5
Cumulative reduction (%) (PDY 5)
October 479 1064 929 717 776 398 357 − 66
November 465 1278 1116 631 750 458 190 − 64
December 454 1103 1348 468 728 412 209 − 81
January 532 1101 1068 403 438 342 145 − 87
February 471 554 662 305 281 182 87 − 84
March 477 521 400 305 329 180 54 − 90
April 617 528 475 405 294 117 79 − 85
May 1004 715 449 374 384 106 64 − 91
June 1159 1065 1142 656 741 166 81 − 92
July 1526 971 2084 1174 1003 581 158 − 84
August 1062 848 1952 1325 837 514 230 − 78
September 1421 1224 989 874 549 294 159 − 87
Total 9667 10,972 12,641 7637 7110 3750 1813 − 83
  1. aSome diagnostic centres reported cases directly to malaria control cell. Yearly reduction is found to be highly significant. F value 17.737, p value < 0.00. Using the Bonferroni t test, the reduction in incidence was statistically significant as seen from the p values for inter-time interval between various years; between PDY 1 and PDY 2 (p < 0.05); PDY 1 against PDY 3(p < 0.01); and between PDY 4 and PDY 5 (p < 0.001)