Officials Confirm Second Case of West Nile Virus in Montgomery County

first_img Share Wikipedia CommonsMontgomery County officials have confirmed a second case of West Nile Virus for the present year.Montgomery County officials have confirmed a second case of West Nile Virus for the present year.The county’s Public Health District said the person who has contracted the virus is a male in his 60s who lives in Montgomery County. He is currently being treated at a hospital.On this date in 2017, there was one reported case of West Nile Virus.County personnel are spraying insecticide in parts of the county and residents can check the treatment activity map at Precinct3.org/mosquitoabatement/ or  call 281-364-4203.West Nile Virus infection can cause serious disease and is most commonly spread by infected mosquitoes. People typically develop symptoms between three and 14 days after they are bitten.last_img

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