West Nile virus cases break records nationally
By Mugo Odigwe
West Nile Virus has had 3,000 cases so far in 2012 nationally, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced this week. These numbers are the highest in the virus' history. Cronkite News reporter Mugo Odigwe looks into cases here in the Valley.
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