At the time, New Orleans was a breeding ground for yellow fever and cholera.
“Americans thought then we were at the cutting edge figuring out typhus and yellow fever,” says Bennett.
He was going to places where there was malaria, yellow fever; they would get elephantitis.
yellow fever ravaged Philadelphia in first few weeks of October 1793.
Beyond medical board or nursing association certification, candidates must have a valid passport and yellow fever vaccination.
It is no wonder that the plague of yellow fever has for centuries stalked remorselessly in its midst.
He had saved the necessary amount of money when he was attacked by yellow fever.
Suppose it turns out that clear, cool water may be polluted with cholera, or yellow fever, or other deadly germs?
It will get you out of Europe, which is the first thing, and with the yellow fever it may do more.'
On the day before a member of the tiny European colony there had died of yellow fever, and all the flags were at half-mast.
yellow fever n.
An infectious tropical disease caused by an arbovirus transmitted by mosquitoes of the genera Aedes, especially A. aegypti, and Haemagogus and characterized by high fever, jaundice, and vomit that is dark in color as a result of gastrointestinal hemorrhaging.