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A female tick can reproduce—1,000 to 2,000 eggs at a time—without mating.
Although vaccines have saved millions of lives, experts estimate that, since 2016, cases have increased by more than 30%.
The CDC notes 11 more illnesses, raising the outbreak total to 43 cases in 12 states.
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