Sabia virus

Sabia virus Sa·bi·a virus (sā’bē-ə)
An arbovirus having an incubation period of about 12 days and causing fever, rashes, and other infectionlike symptoms as well as hemorrhagic bleeding from internal organs, mouth, nose, and other mucous membranes.


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