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Table 3 General public’s knowledge on mosquito breeding sites

From: Risk perceptions, attitudes, and knowledge of chikungunya among the public and health professionals: a systematic review

REF Author (year) Location Sample size Results
Stagnant water
  [18] Anand (2014) India 100 Stagnant polluted water (29%), stagnant clean water (68%)
  [33] Boratne (2010) India 1674 Stagnant water (60.7%), ditches (35%), ponds (24%)
  [20] Kohli (2013) India 350 Stagnant water (60.9%), blocked drains (40%)
  [23] Ghosh (2011) India 50 Stagnant water (66%)
  [36] Tenglikar (2016) India 247 Dirty stagnant water (85%)
  [32] Mehta (2015) India 119 Drain and polluted water (58.8%)
Water - storage and other
  [35] Majra (2011) India 150 cases, 450 non-cases Water storage jars—cases (48%), non-cases (66%)
  [32] Mehta (2015) India 119 Clean water collection (27.7%)
  [36] Tenglikar (2016) India 247 Artificial collection of water/water storage (14.6%)
Small containers
  [18] Anand (2014) India 100 Desert coolers (20%)
  [45] Aswathy (2011) India 300 Coconut shells and broken utensils (69%)
  [33] Boratne (2010) India 1674 Vehicle tires (2.6%); coconut shells (4.2%)
  [20] Kohli (2013) India 350 Old tires, broken pots and coconut shells (41.4%), desert coolers (26.3%)
  [35] Majra (2011) India 150 cases, 450 non-cases Coconut shells—cases (35%), non-cases (73%), tires—cases (13%), non-cases (54%)
Other
  [23] Ghosh (2011) India 50 Cracks in walls (2%), earth and air (2%)
  [35] Majra (2011) India 150 cases, 450 non-cases Cement baths—cases (28%), non-cases (66%)