West Nile Virus Activity -- United States, August 21-28, 2002, and Illinois, January 1- August 27, 2002

August 2002
MMWR: Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report;8/30/2002, Vol. 51 Issue 34, p764
Summarizes West Nile virus (WNV) surveillance data reported to CDC through ArboNET and by states and other jurisdictions. WNV activity in Illinois; Laboratory-positive human cases of WNV-associated illness in the U.S.


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