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A female tick can reproduce—1,000 to 2,000 eggs at a time—without mating.
The number of 6 key tick-borne diseases rose from 48,610 to 59,349 cases.
Tick-borne diseases more than doubled and account for more than 60% of all vector-borne infections.
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