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Disease-Carrying Mozzies Set To Swarm After East Coast’s Torrential Rain – 10 daily

Nobody likes mosquitoes — not only are they stinging pests, but they also carry a host of diseases.
And the recent deluge of rain has provided them perfect breeding conditions, with heavy rainfall triggering dormant eggs to hatch and swarm flooded regions.

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