Translation of yellow fever in Spanish:

yellow fever

fiebre amarilla, n.


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    fiebre amarilla feminine
    • Famous members of this family cause dengue fever, yellow fever and Japanese encephalitis.
    • From dengue fever to malaria to yellow fever, this insect spreads more human illnesses than any other.
    • Also, you have to look into diseases like malaria, dengue fever, yellow fever, and typhoid.
    • There is no malaria in Seychelles, and yellow fever and other tropical diseases are not a problem either.
    • Malnutrition and tropical diseases, such as yellow fever and malaria, are serious problems.
    • This is dismissed by Holmes as a misinterpretation of the ravages of yellow fever and other tropical diseases.
    • But vaccination against deadly diseases such as yellow fever and malaria is essential.
    • Moreover, the only diseases that members are required to report are yellow fever, plague and cholera.
    • The yellow fever mosquito Aedes aegypti is the most common vector of yellow fever and dengue fever flaviviruses.
    • Traveling to exotic locales brings the risk of yellow fever, typhoid fever, hepatitis and other dangers.
    • These mosquitoes transmit yellow fever virus and dengue virus, which can cause dengue hemorrhagic fever.
    • Mosquitoes, poisonous snakes and tropical diseases such as yellow fever and typhoid caused many to succumb.
    • They are the menace of summer, spreading malaria, yellow fever, encephalitis and West Nile Virus.
    • Far more important is their role as vectors, transmitting some of the most serious tropical diseases such as yellow fever.
    • Passengers were inspected for contagious diseases such as small pox, yellow fever, scarlet fever, and measles.
    • Vaccinations are available to people travelling to areas where they may be exposed to serious diseases such as malaria, typhoid or yellow fever.
    • Diseases like smallpox and yellow fever killed many.
    • In Liberia, the major health issue is infectious diseases, including yellow fever, cholera, typhoid, polio and malaria.
    • There was a hearing in Parliament saying that the project was studying a mosquito that could transmit yellow fever, a disease that wasn't in India then.
    • In order to establish a colony of treehole mosquitoes he read everything he could about Aedes mosquitoes, which served as vectors for the yellow fever and dengue fever viruses.