West Nile Virus
Summer is here and with it come the bugs – mosquitoes and ticks in particular. Bites from either can cause nasty illnesses. So what’s the best way to protect yourself?
So the big question for many will be – does this mean that all the mosquitos will die off and EEE and West Nile fears will end?
Massachusetts health officials say two more human cases of mosquito-borne West Nile virus have been confirmed, bringing the season total to 22.
An East Boston man was hospitalized and released after contracting West Nile.
State health officials say a 17th case of mosquito-borne West Nile virus has been reported in Massachusetts, nearly triple last year’s cases.
Massachusetts health officials say a sixth human case of Eastern equine encephalitis has been confirmed in the state, and the 16th of West Nile virus.
Two more people have contracted mosquito-borne viruses in Massachusetts.
For the past two weeks, 32-year-old Kerry Murphy has been through medical hell and back battling the mosquito-born illness.
Two more people have come down with mosquito-borne illnesses in Massachusetts.
A Worcester resident who was diagnosed with West Nile Virus in August has died.