AMARILLO -- There are more than a dozen confirmed cases of West Nile in the panhandle.
As we first told you Friday Randall County has three cases and Potter County has one.
According to the Texas Department of Health these counties also have one case of the virus each: Briscoe, Carson, Childress, Dallam, Deaf Smith, Hale, Hansford, Moore and Swisher counties.
In Curry County, New Mexico, there have been two cases, one of which was fatal.
In Texas County, Oklahoma, one person has been diagnosed with West Nile.
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