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Louisiana Horse Owners Urged to Vaccinate

A two-year-old horse in Livingston Parish has tested positive for both Eastern Equine Encephalitis and West Nile Virus. These are the first known cases of either virus in Louisiana this year

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Horse Owners Being Urged to Prepare for Mosquito-Borne Diseases

Horse owners are being urged to vaccinate their animals for both Eastern Equine Encephalitis and West Nile Virus.

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West Nile Cases Continue to Mount

State health officials say we've recorded one more death and eleven more cases of West Nile virus in Louisiana in the past week. That brings our totals for the year to 382 cases and 17 deaths.

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Cooler Weather Does Not Equate to Drop in West Nile Cases

The State Department of Health and Hospitals has confirmed 15 more West Nile cases in the past week and another death. The brings to 16 the number of people who have died from the disease so far this year in Louisiana and a total of 371 confirmed cases.

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More West Nile Cases and Two More Deaths Confirmed

Cooler weather may be here, but the mosquitoes are still biting. The State Department of Health and Hospitals has confirmed 12 new cases of West Nile virus and two more deaths from the disease.

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State Records 9 New West Nile Cases; None Here

The Department of Health and Hospitals confirms there were nine new West Nile virus cases in our state this week and one new death.

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West Nile Virus Still a Threat

Even though the weather has turned cooler, West Nile Virus is still a threat. The state Department of Health and Hospitals has confirmed 25 new Louisiana cases in the past week but no new deaths.

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West Nile Virus Expected to Get Worse in Louisiana

The number of West Nile cases in Louisiana is up to 215.

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