What is tularemia?
Tularemia, also known as “rabbit fever,” is a disease caused by the bacterium Francisella tularensis. Tularemia is typically found in animals, especially rodents, rabbits, and hares. Tularemia is usually a rural disease and has been reported in all U.S. states except Hawaii.

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1. What is West Nile virus?
2. How do people get infected with West Nile virus?
3. What is hantavirus?
4. How is hantavirus treated? Is there a vaccine for hantavirus?
5. What are common symptoms for hantavirus?
6. How and where does one contract hantavirus?
7. What is plague?
8. How do people become infected with plague?
9. Could one person get plague from another person?
10. How do people become infected with tularemia?
11. What is tularemia?
12. How do I file a complaint about mosquitoes?