New Cases of West Nile Reported in Potter and Wheeler County

AMARILLO -- The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) has confirmed two new cases of West Nile in the panhandle.

The case in Potter County is being reported as West Nile Fever. 

The case in Wheeler County is the more dangerous West Nile Neuroinvasive Disease. 

One case is confirmed in Curry County. 

The CDC has confirmed cases in Randall County, Deaf Smith County, Hutchinson County, Swisher County, and Moore County.

There are only two known cases of west nile virus in animals. Six cases in Randall County and one in Donley County


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