The latest toll from the Brazilian health ministry is 353 people contracting yellow fever in January and 98 dying between early July and February 6.
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Yellow fever is a viral disease transmitted by mosquitoes in tropical regions and is still a major killer in Africa.
It had largely been brought under control in the Americas.
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