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If there’s a way to prevent a viral infection that causes side effects that are at best uncomfortable and at worst life-threatening, would you do your part? West Nile virus (WNV) is a very active illness in the state of South Dakota.
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See how to prevent exposure to West Nile and control mosquito populations in your yard with these tips.
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The South Dakota Public Health Laboratory conducts testing and surveillance of mosquitos and accepts human WNV specimens.
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Learn about what West Nile is, how people get infected, if you're at risk, what symptoms to watch out for, and more.
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