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Yellow fever is a serious viral infection that's spread by a type of daytime biting mosquito known as the Aedes Aegypti mosquito.

It can be prevented with a vaccination.

Yellow fever mainly occurs in sub-Saharan Africa (countries to the south of the Sahara desert), South America and in parts of the Caribbean.

Since 1996, six travellers from Europe and North America have died from the infection. None of them were vaccinated.

Yellow fever carries an 8% risk of death.

It is called "yellow fever" because the infection targets the liver leading to jaundice – yellowing of the skin and the whites of the eyes caused by liver damage.

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