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Colorado Tick Fever

Coltivirus from ticks in spring and early summer

Mountains or highlands regions of western states and western Canada that contain rocky surfaces with moderate shrub cover and scattered pines

Acute and benign disease from getting bitten by a tick

High fever, headache, muscle aches, lethargy

Seek medical attention from a physician

Avoid tick-infested habitats during spring and early summer Use personal protection, such as wearing pants and shirts with long sleeves

Other Facts
150–200 cases reported each year 1438 cases reported between 1980–88, 63% in Colorado Also transmitted to chipmunks, ground squirrels and deer mice

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