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West Nile Virus Found In Fall River Mosquitoes

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The state Department of Public Health says the West Nile Virus has been found in mosquitoes in city of Fall River.  The bugs were detected in an area near St. Patrick’s Cemetery off Robeson Street.

Spraying will be done in Fall River Thursday morning between 2 and 5 a.m. in the areas of St. Patrick’s Cemetery and Oak Grove Cemetery.

Last Week, West Nile was found in a sample taken from Westport.  So far, no people or animals in the state have tested positive for West Nile.

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