Two More State Residents Sick from West Nile Virus

Aug 26, 2012 Full story: Patch.com

The most recent human cases of West Nile virus are residents of Bridgeport and Stamford, both between the ages of 50-59. The Stamford resident became ill during the firstA week of August.

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My family wish these people the best of luck. It is a very bad virus. God bless them.

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Good Afternoon Everybody. How are you? All of us including Tippy and her fish are doing just great. Thanks for asking.

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