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Dr. Kennedy The Chandipura virus causes fever, symptoms similar to those of flu, and acute encephalitis. Chandipura virus was first isolated in 1965 in a village in Maharashtra State, India. Since then, the virus has been reported in adjoining states in central India. The likely vector of the virus is the female phlebotomine sandfly. This virus is an important emerging pathogen.



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