CDC looks at mosquito-transmitted diseases in 2012

06/27/2013 |

Last year, there were 5,780 mosquito-carried disease cases, excluding dengue fever, recorded in the U.S., CDC researchers wrote in the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. They noted that 98% of these were caused by the West Nile virus, which accounted for 5,674 cases, including 3,491 hospitalizations and 286 deaths.

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