(HOUSTON) — The latest West Nile virus activity maps for Harris County show positive tests in mosquitoes, dead birds or both in 99 ZIP codes, up from 92 last week.
That’s ahead of the July report for 2012, which was a terrible year for West Nile virus.
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During the entire 2012 season, there were 101 human cases and four deaths. So far this year, there’s been one human case reported in The Woodlands.
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