Birds positive for West Nile
WOODSTOCK – Two birds have tested positive for West Nile virus, the McHenry County Department of Health reported Wednesday. The birds were found in Woodstock and Cary.
As of Aug. 3, the health department has recorded nine mosquito batches containing the virus, but no human cases of West Nile virus, according to a health department news release.
Twenty-nine other counties have reported positive bird and mosquito tests for West Nile, and two human cases this year, the Illinois Department of Public Health said in its latest report.
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