First evidence of concurrent enzootic and endemic transmission ofRoss River virus in the absence of marsupial reservoirs in Fiji
Ross River virus (RRV) is a zoonotic alphavirus transmitted by several mosquito species. Until recently, endemic transmission was only considered possible in the presence of marsupial reservoirs.
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