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A new agent, named Mayaro virus, was isolated from the blood of five human beings in Trinidad, B.W.I., during August and September of 1954. The disease was a mild to moderately severe febrile illness of short duration. The virus was pathogenic for infant mice but not for adult mice on intracerebral inoculation.