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West Nile Virus
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2008
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Cumulative 2008 Data as of 3 am, Apr 09, 2009*
These data are provisional and may be revised or adjusted in the future.
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Cumulative Human Disease Cases by County - Alabama, 2008
Escambia County1
Jefferson County6
Lee County1
Limestone County1
Mobile County3
Montgomery County1
Talladega County1
Tuscaloosa County4
Cumulative Total Entire State: 18
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* States and counties in yellow either did not perform surveillance or did not report any positive test results from their surveillance.