- Correction 11 December 2022
Mosquito blood meals reveal history of human infections
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Correction 11 December 2022: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that researchers extracted millilitres of blood from mosquitoes, and that Ross River virus was related to dengue, Japanese encephalitis and yellow fever.
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