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West Nile virus in DeQuincy

A DeQuincy resident is hospitalized in an area hospital with the West Nile virus and at press time was listed in stable condition. The disease started out with flu-like symptoms.

The case has not been confirmed by the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals.

The major carrier of West Nile virus is the Southern House Mosquito, found mostly in populated areas and in areas with standing “highly organic water,” such as septic ditches or containers left un-emptied a long time.

To read the rest of this story, please see page six of the print edition of The DeQuincy News.

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