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More mosquitoes found to have West Nile virus

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West Nile virus has been found in more than 600 mosquito pools across the state this year, a significant increase over 2011, but none so far in the Capital Region, state officials said Monday. The first death attributed to West Nile virus in the state was reported in Onondaga County on Monday, where an elderly person died from the virus that comes from birds and is spread by mosquitoes. Four human West Nile cases were ...

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