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1st person dies, 5 others infected with West Nile, city says

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Health officials have reported New York City's first confirmed fatality from West Nile virus this year.

Manhattan resident dies of West Nile virus, five more diagnosed in this year's mosquito season

JUST IN: Mass. health officials announce 8th human case of West Nile virus

Frisco urges residents to take precautions against mosquitoes in fight against West Nile virus

The Marvel blockbuster “Black Widow,” Steven Spielberg’s “West Side Story” and the Agatha Christie adaptation “Death on the Nile” are among several big movies who have seen their release dates pushed back because of the pandemic.

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Marvel's "Eternals" and "Shang-Chi," as well as blockbusters like "West Side Story" and “Death on the Nile,” are also being postponed.


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Mosquitoes in Peel Region test positive for the West Nile virus

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Spanish Flu. West Nile Virus. Zika. Ebola. All named for places. Before the media’s fake outrage, even CNN called it “Chinese Coronavirus.” Those trying to divide us must stop rooting for America to fail and give Americans real info they need to get through the crisis.

West Nile virus, which is also deadly to humans, continues to spread among birds—and is intensified by climate change

Health officials confirm Miami-Dade resident has contracted West Nile virus

Kamala Harris defense of the Communiust dictatorship fits the Biden-Pelosi pattern.Factually she is just wrong as many diseases have been called geographic names: West Nile Virus, Ebola, German Measles, Lyme Disease, Guinea Worm are a few examples—Democrats should stop kowtowing

This is silly. What’s the origin of these pathogens: West Nile virus, Ebola, Spanish flu, German measles? Rather than using crisis to channel woke anger, we should come together to protect public health & stop spread of a global pandemic (made worse by Chinese govt obfuscation).

A sample of mosquitoes in New Jersey have tested positive for two potentially deadly viruses, West Nile and Eastern equine encephalitis, local health officials say

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Toronto Public Health says mosquitoes in Toronto have tested positive for the West Nile Virus. It is the first positive test of 2014.