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West Nile Virus:  Oklahoma - Human
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Cumulative 2014 Data as of 3 am, Jun 11, 2015*
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Cumulative Human Disease Cases by Local Jurisdiction - Oklahoma, 2014
Carter County1
Custer County1
Ellis County2
Garfield County1
Love County1
Major County1
Mayes County2
Oklahoma County1
Payne County1
Pontotoc County1
Tulsa County4
Washita County1
Woodward County1
Cumulative Total Entire State: 18
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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.