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  1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. (Redirected from Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1793) Jump to navigation Jump to search. The Arch Street wharf, where the first cluster of cases was identified. During the 1793 yellow fever epidemic in Philadelphia, 3,000 or more people were listed in the official register of deaths between August 1 and November 9.

    1793 Philadelphia yellow fever epidemic - Wikipedia

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  2. History of yellow fever - Wikipedia

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    1 day ago · The Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1793 struck during the summer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where the highest fatalities in the United States were recorded. The disease probably was brought by refugees and mosquitoes on ships from Saint-Domingue. It rapidly spread in the port city, in the crowded blocks along the Delaware River.

  3. Yellow fever vaccine - Wikipedia

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    5 days ago · The yellow fever 17D vaccine is considered safe, with over 500 million doses given and very few documented cases of vaccine associated illness (62 confirmed cases and 35 deaths as of January 2019). In no case of vaccine-related illness has there been evidence of the virus reverting to a virulent phenotype.

    • Subcutaneous injection
    • YF-Vax, Stamaril
    • Yellow fever
    • AU: B2, US: N (Not classified yet)
  4. 1793 Philadelphia yellow fever epidemic - Wikipedia

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    3 days ago · From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. (Redirected from Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1793) Jump to navigation Jump to search. The Arch Street wharf, where the first cluster of cases was identified. During the 1793 yellow fever epidemic in Philadelphia, 3,000 or more people were listed in the official register of deaths between August 1 and November 9.

  5. Annelies Wilder-Smith - Wikipedia

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    4 days ago · Wilder-Smith's research interests are travel health, vaccine-preventable and emerging infectious diseases, such as Zika, Yellow Fever, Chikungunya, Influenza and Meningococcal disease.

  6. List of epidemics - Wikipedia

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    1 day ago · Yellow fever 5,000+ 1800–1803 Spain yellow fever epidemic 1800–1803 Spain Yellow fever 60,000+ 1801 Ottoman Empire and Egypt bubonic plague epidemic 1801 Ottoman Empire, Egypt Bubonic plague Unknown 1802–1803 Saint-Domingue yellow fever epidemic 1802–1803 Saint-Domingue: Yellow fever 29,000–55,000

  7. Dengue fever - Wikipedia

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    3 days ago · Dengue fever virus (DENV) is an RNA virus of the family Flaviviridae; genus Flavivirus.Other members of the same genus include yellow fever virus, West Nile virus, Zika virus, St. Louis encephalitis virus, Japanese encephalitis virus, tick-borne encephalitis virus, Kyasanur forest disease virus, and Omsk hemorrhagic fever virus.

  8. Memphis, Tennessee - Wikipedia

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    4 days ago · Yellow Jack. In the 1870s, a series of yellow fever epidemics devastated Memphis, with the disease carried by river passengers along the waterways. During the Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1878, more than 5,000 people were listed in the official register of deaths between July 26 and November 27.

    • 337 ft (103 m)
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  9. Wikipedia:Unusual articles - Wikipedia

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    Of the over six million articles in the English Wikipedia there are some articles that Wikipedians have identified as being somewhat unusual. These articles are verifiable, valuable contributions to the encyclopedia, but are a bit odd, whimsical, or something one would not expect to find in Encyclopædia Britannica.

  10. Yellow Jack - Wikipedia

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    5 days ago · Unfortunately when Yellow Jack was filmed, Stewart was unavailable and replaced by Robert Montgomery. Sam Levene was the only member of the original Broadway cast to also appear in the movie. The plot line follows the events of the well-known "Walter Reed Boards", in which Major Walter Reed of the U.S. Army worked to diagnose and treat yellow ...

  11. 2 days ago · The principal mosquito borne diseases are the viral diseases yellow fever, dengue fever and malaria carried by the genera Anopheles and Culex. Mosquitoes transmit disease to more than 700 million people annually in Africa, South America, Central America, Mexico and much of Asia with millions of resulting deaths.