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West Nile Virus
Human
2014
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West Nile Virus:  South Dakota - Human
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Perkins County Corson County Harding County Campbell County McPherson County Brown County (1) Roberts County Marshall County (1) Walworth County Edmunds County (1) Day County Ziebach County Dewey County Grant County Potter County Faulk County Spink County Butte County Clark County Codington County (1) Meade County Deuel County Sully County Hyde County Hand County (1) Hamlin County (1) Stanley County Haakon County Beadle County Lawrence County Hughes County (1) Kingsbury County Brookings County Pennington County Lyman County Jerauld County Moody County Buffalo County Sanborn County Lake County Miner County Jones County Jackson County Aurora County Brule County Mellette County Custer County Davison County Hanson County Minnehaha County McCook County Tripp County Shannon County Lincoln County (1) Charles Mix County Turner County Hutchinson County Douglas County Gregory County Fall River County Bennett County Todd County Yankton County Bon Homme County Union County Clay County Navigate to Iowa page Navigate to Minnesota page Navigate to Montana page Navigate to Nebraska page Navigate to North Dakota page Navigate to Wyoming page
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Cumulative 2014 Data as of 3 am, Jul 23, 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 - South Dakota, 2014
Brown County1
Codington County1
Edmunds County1
Hamlin County1
Hand County1
Hughes County1
Lincoln County1
Marshall County1
Cumulative Total Entire State: 8
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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.