Nine communities in Massachusetts were placed on high alert for Eastern equine encephalitis after the state's first human case of the virus since 2013 was confirmed in a man from southern Plymouth County. State officials will conduct monitoring and aerial spraying in Bristol and Plymouth counties.
9 Mass. communities on high alert for Eastern equine encephalitis
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