EEE surfaces earlier than ever in Conn., tests show

Mosquitoes trapped earlier this month near the border between Rhode Island and Connecticut tested positive for Eastern equine encephalitis virus, state health officials said. It's the earliest the disease has been detected since Connecticut started the monitoring program 16 years ago. "The early finding means that there will be more weeks available for the virus to multiply," said Rhode Island mosquito abatement coordinator Alan Gettman.

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