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INDIANAPOLIS – The first human case of West Nile virus in Indiana has been reported in Ripley County, State health officials announced Wednesday.
In addition to the human case, mosquito groups in nine counties have now tested positive for the virus: Adams, Allen, Clinton, Grant, Hamilton, Jefferson, Starke, Vanderburgh and Vigo.
The Indiana Department of Health has collected and tested nearly 64,000 mosquitoes from 85 counties for West Nile virus and Saint Louis encephalitis. There have been no positive findings for Saint Louis encephalitis at this time.
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