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dc.contributor.authorCentre for Disease Controlen
dc.contributor.otherDepartment of Healthen publication availableen
dc.description.abstractThis fact sheet is intended for Health Professionals. In the Northern Territory (NT) there are over 100 species but only about 20 are pest or problem mosquitoes. They live and breed in a variety of habitats. Some of the species are capable of spreading diseases that are potentially harmful to both humans and pets. Exposure to large numbers of mosquitoes increases the risk of acquiring a mosquito-borne disease.en
dc.publisherDepartment of Healthen
dc.relation.replacesMosquito-borne diseases 2016en
dc.titleMosquito-borne diseasesen
dc.typeFact sheeten
dc.description.approvalsas per email EDOC2022/433365en
dcterms.audienceHealth professionals-
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