After the recent death, the count for West Nile Virus death cases in Glenn County has reached to six. Glenn County health officials were of the view that the sixth case was of an elderly man, who was already suffering many other chronic illnesses.
Though the virus was in mild form, victim’s health condition was enough to make him lose his life, said Scott Gruendl, who has been positioned as director at Glenn County Health Services Agency.
It is said that as many as 120 deaths have taken place across the nation in regard to West Nile Virus. It is even said that the virus spread is in its full swing, so one should take all the possible measures to prevent the disease.
The authorities concerned have also been adopting all the measures by which they bring a decline in the number of virus cases. It has been found that spray will be done in the Biggs, East Biggs, Nord, and the Hamilton City, to kill the mosquitoes.
Not only humans, but even horses are falling prey in the hands of the virus. It has been revealed that second horse has been found to be suffering from West Nile Virus. The incident, which has taken place Jackson County, has raised concerns.
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