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In addition to the eight human cases, three MI blood donors have had WNV detected in their blood.

West Nile can potentially pass from birds to mosquitoes to humans, but there is no indication that any people have been affected.

The human cases now confirmed increase the concern for transmission, officials said.

The provincial Animal Health Centre lab confirms two dead ravens found in Kimberley tested positive for the virus.

"Those over 50 and with underlying health conditions are at higher risk of more severe disease".

It's the first evidence of West Nile in the province this year.

The Department of Health in Bay County has confirmed a third case of West Nile Virus infection in Panama City.

Pandya Picks Five, England Dismissed for 161
After joining his captain at the crease, Rahane first got into the damage-control mode and then took charge of Indian innings. Kohli averaged 60 in the first two Tests, yet not one of his team-mates managed to post a single score in excess of 33.

The spread of the West Nile virus in Greece is reaching alarming levels, with the Center for Disease Prevention and Control (KEELPNO) reporting 107 cases that have resulted in 11 deaths so far this year.

Homeowners can also eliminate potential mosquito breeding grounds on their property, which includes anything that can hold water, such as pools and even the saucers under flowerpots.

Prevent mosquitos breeding near your home.

Install screens on all windows.

Avoid outdoor activities at dusk and dawn. The mosquitoes that carry this virus are common throughout the state, and are found in urban as well as more rural areas.

Wear protective clothing. If you are in an area with many mosquitoes, wear loose fitting, light-coloured clothing, full-length trousers, and a long-sleeved shirt. Although it may be hard to do when it's hot, wearing long-sleeves, long trousers and socks when outdoors will help keep mosquitoes away from your skin. Apply mosquito repellent to areas of exposed skin.

-Repel: Use Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-approved insect repellents when outdoors, such as those containing the active ingredient DEET.


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