Click here for the West Nile Weekly, July 31st, 2017

Click here for the West Nile Weekly, July 31st, 2017

We expect that cases will occur in fix to six counties during this week. Most of the state remains at below-average risk for this point in the year, due to low mosquito infection rates. However, there is a cluster of counties to the southeast of the state in which risk is estimated to be higher than normal, and three counties in this area have already reported cases of human disease.