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Breaking news! A disease called yellow fever is spreading through the city philadelphia! French and Philadelphia doctors are trying to find a cure for this gruesome illness. We are calling in more doctors from France to come assist with this revolting disease spread by infected mosquitoes. For now stay home and wear multiple layers of

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