Two More West Nile Birds Found In Virginia

Virginia's Commissioner of Health E. Anne Peterson, MD, MPH, reported Tuesday that two more crows have tested positive for West Nile virus (WNV) in Virginia. The two crows were found in Fairfax and Spotsylvania Counties. The total number of crows testing positive for WNV in the state is now four. No cases of WNV have been confirmed in mosquitoes, horses, or humans in Virginia this year. The

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