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Wet Weather Brings Japanese Encephalitis to Australia
Southern Australia has recorded its first-ever cases of the disease in an outbreak that has so far killed three people.
Wet Weather Brings Japanese Encephalitis to Australia
Wet Weather Brings Japanese Encephalitis to Australia

Southern Australia has recorded its first-ever cases of the disease in an outbreak that has so far killed three people.

Southern Australia has recorded its first-ever cases of the disease in an outbreak that has so far killed three people.

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