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Symptoms of Japanese Encephalitis

What Are The Japanese Encephalitis Symptoms In Adults?

Japanese Encephalitis, or JE, is a mosquito-borne virus that causes brain inflammation and belongs to the same genus as yellow fever, West Nile virus, and dengue fever. The first documented case of JE was in Japan in 1871 and each year there are nearly 70,000 cases worldwide. It’s most commonly

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When Do I Need A Japanese Encephalitis Vaccine?

Japanese Encephalitis is a viral brain infection caused by mosquito bites. The virus comes from birds and pigs which are bitten by a mosquito that becomes infected and then transmits the disease to humans. Both children and adults are able to contract Japanese encephalitis. If you are looking for the

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