Efforts are aimed at protecting horses, humans from West Nile, EEE

07/22/2010 | KMSB-TV (Tucson, Ariz.) · Tampa Tribune (Fla.), The

The report of a woman in Arizona who died from West Nile virus is prompting livestock producers in the state to take measures to protect their horses from acquiring the mosquito-borne disease. In Tampa, Fla., officials are ordering more mosquito spraying and monitoring the insect population after a woman there died of the first human case of Eastern equine encephalitis diagnosed in the county since 1964.

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