Seven more human cases of West Nile virus in the Houston area have been reported.
As of Monday afternoon, the city of Houston reported seven new human case of the virus.
That brings the total in Houston to 38 with three deaths.
The latest cases include the following:
1. 35-44 year old Female in northwest Houston
2. 25-34 year old Female in southeast Houston
3. 85-94 year old Male in southwest Houston
4. 85-94 year old Female in southeast Houston
5. 25-34 year old Male in southwest Houston
6. 25-34 year old Male in southeast Houston
7. 55-74 year old Male in southwest Houston
Harris County has 16 cases. Fort Bend County reported a seventh overall case with that county’s latest case a 45-54 year old man who lives in Sugar Land.
Other counties surrounding Houston include:
Montgomery County reporting four cases with no deaths.
Wharton County with one case and one death.
Liberty County has had one case with zero deaths.
Galveston County, Brazoria County and Waller County have all had zero cases thus far.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, Texas has seen a record number of deaths and infections linked to West Nile.
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