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West Nile Virus
Human
2014
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West Nile Virus:  Colorado - Human
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Cumulative 2014 Data as of 3 am, Jul 30, 2014*
These data are provisional and may be revised or adjusted in the future.
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Cumulative Human Disease Cases by Local Jurisdiction - Colorado, 2014
Arapahoe County1
Boulder County1
Mesa County1
Pueblo County1
Saguache County1
Cumulative Total Entire State: 5
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* Data demonstrates local jurisdiction of residence and not necessarily the locale where the infection was acquired.
** States and counties in yellow are those in which virus activity has been reported historically, but no positive test results have been reported or no surveillance has occurred this year.