Japanese woman dies from tick disease after cat bite

“No reports on animal-to-human transmission cases have been made so far,” a Japanese health ministry official told the AFP news agency. “It’s still not confirmed the virus came from the cat, but it’s possible that it is the first case,” the official added.
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