2 Pennsylvania horses test positive for West Nile virus

West Nile virus has been detected in two horses in Pennsylvania's southeastern area, but stable owners said they aren't worried because their horses are vaccinated against the disease. "In most cases where a horse has the virus, it's because the horse was unvaccinated or overdue for their vaccine," said AVMA's Dr. Kimberly Anne May. "The death rate has dropped down considerably because we have the vaccine."

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