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West Nile Virus:  North Dakota - Human
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Rolette County Bottineau County (2) Pembina County (1) Towner County Cavalier County Divide County Burke County Renville County Ward County (5) Williams County (1) McHenry County (2) Mountrail County Pierce County Ramsey County (2) Walsh County (1) Benson County Nelson County Grand Forks County (3) McKenzie County (1) McLean County (7) Eddy County Wells County (2) Sheridan County Dunn County (2) Steele County Griggs County (1) Traill County Foster County Mercer County (5) Billings County Golden Valley County Kidder County Stutsman County (7) Burleigh County (23) Oliver County Barnes County (3) Cass County (17) Stark County (6) Morton County (3) Grant County (3) Emmons County (2) Logan County (1) Slope County Lamoure County (3) Hettinger County Ransom County (3) Richland County (10) Sioux County Adams County (1) Sargent County (2) McIntosh County (1) Dickey County (3) Bowman County Navigate to Minnesota page Navigate to Montana page Navigate to South Dakota page Navigate to Wyoming page
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Cumulative 2013 Data as of 3 am, Jan 07, 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 - North Dakota, 2013
Adams County1
Barnes County3
Bottineau County2
Burleigh County23
Cass County17
Dickey County3
Dunn County2
Emmons County2
Grand Forks County3
Grant County3
Griggs County1
Lamoure County3
Logan County1
McHenry County2
McIntosh County1
McKenzie County1
McLean County7
Mercer County5
Morton County3
Pembina County1
Ramsey County2
Ransom County3
Richland County10
Sargent County2
Stark County6
Stutsman County7
Walsh County1
Ward County5
Wells County2
Williams County1
Cumulative Total Entire State: 123
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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.