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Barton County avoids the bite so far

Mosquitoes spread West Nile virus.

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As of Wednesday, Aug. 22, there were 15 confirmed cases of West Nile Virus in the state, but the numbers are on the rise.  While the Barton County Health Department said there have been no confirmed  cases of the disease within the county at this time, and none are being investigated, one case so far was reported in neighboring Stafford County earlier in August. But Sedgwick County has had the highest number of confirmed cases so far.  According to the Sedgwick County Health Department, they’ve seen unusually high numbers of the virus. While there have only been 10 confirmed ...


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