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The first human case of West Nile in Butte County was confirmed



1st human case of West Nile in Butte County confirmed


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1st human case of West Nile in Butte County confirmed

The first human case of the West Nile virus in Butte County has been confirmed, health officials said Tuesday. The infected person is an adult who suffered from a fever-like illness, Butte County Public Health said. In addition to the Butte County case, 10 human West Nile virus infections had been reported in California as of Friday, officials say. The West Nile virus – transmitted to humans by the bite of an infected mosquito – is active July through October. | MORE | How to protect yourself against West Nile virus

The first human case of the West Nile virus in Butte County has been confirmed, health inspectors said Tuesday.

The infected person is an adult who suffered from a fever-like illness, Butte County Public Health said.

In addition to the Butte County case, 10 human West Nile virus infections had been reported in California as of Friday, officials said.

The West Nile virus – transmitted to humans by the bite of an infected mosquito – is active July to October.

| MORE | How to protect yourself against the West Nile virus



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