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Colorado Now Has 46 Confirmed West Nile Cases

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The hardest hit county is Larimer County with 30 cases, CBS4 reports.

| August 21, 2013

FORT COLLINS, Colo.  – There are new cases of the West Nile virus in Colorado, CBS4 reports.

There are 46 cases statewide. That’s 20 more sick people since last week.

The hardest hit counties are Larimer County with 30 followed by Delta County with six, Boulder County with four, Adams County with two, and several other counties with on

Source: CBS4

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