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A wet spring and summer means more mosquitoes but now we've got Japanese encephalitis virus to worry about too

By Cameron Webb, Clinical Associate Professor and Principal Hospital Scientist, University of Sydney
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Mozzies can make you sick by injecting a cocktail of saliva and virus when they bite. Ross River virus has long been a risk but now we’re also contending with the more serious Japanese encephalitis.The Conversation

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