West Nile Virus | Summer 2012


Associated PressThu Jul 12, 2012, 03:30 PM CDT OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma Department of Health says the West Nile virus could hit Oklahoma hard this summer. State Epidemiologist Kristy Bradley says a man in Pittsburg County has been diagnosed with the disease and mosquitoes in Tulsa County have tested positive for the virus. Bradley says early indicators show that there may be a dramatic rise in Oklahoma West Nile cases this year. Last year, just one case was reported in the state. Oklahoman’s are encouraged to use insect repellant

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