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West Nile Virus:  South Dakota - Human
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Final 2009 Data as of 3 am, May 04, 2010*
These data are provisional and may be revised or adjusted in the future.
[Epi curve - Vertical bar graph showing number of incidents for each of 52 weeks]
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Cumulative Human Disease Cases by County - South Dakota, 2009
Aurora County1
Beadle County1
Bennett County1
Bon Homme County1
Brown County2
Butte County1
Charles Mix County1
Clay County1
Davison County3
Fall River County1
Hughes County1
Minnehaha County3
Pennington County1
Sanborn County1
Todd County1
Union County1
Cumulative Total Entire State: 21
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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.