West Nile Outbreak in Texas

“West Nile Virus Hits Texas Hardest of All,” by American Council on Science and Health.
West Nile virus has reached a state of emergency in Dallas County, Texas this summer. Thus far, the area has seen 200 cases of human infection and 10 deaths from the mosquito-borne virus now endemic to the U.S. And while the infection rate is the worst in Texas, the CDC reports 693 cases of West Nile virus nationwide. No other state besides Louisiana, however, reported more than one death from the disease. Read the full article in ACSH Dispatch.

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