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New disease caused by tick-borne virus kills seven, infects 60 in China

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New disease caused by tick-borne virus kills seven, infects 60 in ChinaBeijing: A new infectious disease caused by a tick-borne virus has killed seven people and infected 60 others in China, official media here reported on Wednesday, warning about the possibility of its human-to-human transmission. More than 37 people...
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