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Brazil has confirmed almost 1,000 human cases since July 2016, and cases in animals have doubled.
Cases are now at 353, an increase of 140 cases from the previous week.
In 1 week, deaths from yellow fever rose from 20 to 53, and reported cases spiked from 470 to 601.
Yellow fever vaccine will be used across some of Brazil's most populous regions in the coming months.
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