EEE, West Nile keep Mass. public health officials on alert

10/15/2012 | MetroWest Daily News (Framingham, Mass.)

In Massachusetts this year, West Nile virus infected 22 people and killed one while Eastern equine encephalitis sickened seven people and killed three, making 2012 a historic year for the mosquito-borne diseases, according to state public health veterinarian Catherine Brown. Numerous agencies are working together to monitor mosquito populations and carry out targeted mosquito spraying, and in the future, even more collaboration will be needed, Dr. Brown said.

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