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Tete virus is a Bunyavirus found originally in Tete Province, Mozambique. It is a disease of animals and humans. Two forms, Bahig and Matruh viruses, were isolated from bird ticks including , but elsewhere Hyalomma marginatum mosquitoes and biting midges have been implicated as vectors.  
Tete virus SAAn3518
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