CDC: Second Case Of West Nile Virus Confirmed In Kentucky

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Updated: 8/25/2012 12:06 am
A second case of West Nile Virus has been confirmed in Kentucky, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The CDC reported on Friday that the case was in Jefferson County.

Published reports said the patient was recovering.

The first case in Kentucky was in Henry County in May.

The CDC said more than 1,100 cases in 38-states have been reported across the country.

This outbreak is the largest ever seen in the United States, according to the CDC.
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