Massachusetts has ‘exact right’ habitat for EEE, veterinarian says

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STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, AUG. 22, 2019.....On the heels of what the state's public health veterinarian called the "most significant" year for West Nile virus ever in Massachusetts last year, officials this month have confirmed the first two human cases of eastern equine encephalitis in the state since 2013.Briefing the state's Public Health Council Wednesday on mosquito-borne illnesses, Dr. Catherine Brown said there were 49 human cases of West Nile virus last year but that [...]
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