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West Nile Virus

Thought some of you might be interested in knowing about this web site.


Westnile Virus Maps
   These maps reflect information for the 2003 West Nile Virus reporting
season that has been submitted and verified to CDC. Since West Nile
virus (WNV) was first isolated in 1937, it has been known to cause
asymptomatic infection and fevers in humans in Africa, West Asia, and
the Middle East. Human and animal infections were not documented in the
Western Hemisphere until 1999. In 1999 and 2000, outbreaks of WNV
encephalitis (inflammation of the brain) were reported in persons living
in the New York City metropolitan area, New Jersey, and Connecticut. In
these two years, 83 human cases of West Nile illness were reported; 9


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