1. Eastern Nebraska health officials seek to control mosquitoes  Idaho Statesman
  2. First three human cases of West Nile Virus reported in Oklahoma  KOKH FOX25
  3. West Nile survivor recounts dangers of virus after OSDH confirms 3 cases  KFOR Oklahoma City
  4. Three West Nile Virus cases reported across Oklahoma  KFOR Oklahoma City
  5. MOSQUITO SEASON: First human case of West Nile confirmed in Tulsa County  KOKI FOX 23
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OKLAHOMA CITY - The first cases of West Nile Virus season have been reported in parts of Oklahoma. One woman is sharing her experience as a West Nile Virus survivor, not knowing one bite would leave her hospitalized in a months-long fight for her life.OKLAHOMA CITY - The first cases of West Nile Virus season have been reported in parts of Oklahoma. One woman is sharing her experience as a West Nile Virus survivor, not knowing one bite would leave her hospitalized in a months-long fight for her life. “It was life-changing,” Erin Baxendale said.

West Nile survivor recounts dangers of virus after OSDH confirms 3 cases | KFOR.com

West Nile virus has now been confirmed in three counties in Oklahoma. Grant, Tulsa and Canadian counties, each have a confirmed case. The Oklahoma State Department of Health said this is just the beginning of West Nile season in our state. We've got your back with what you need to know about protecting yourself from this potentially life-threatening virus.West Nile virus has now been confirmed in three counties in Oklahoma. Grant, Tulsa and Canadian counties, each have a confirmed case. The Oklahoma State Department of Health said this is just the beginning of West Nile season in our state. We've got your back with what you need to know about protecting yourself from this potentially life-threatening virus.

West Nile Virus confirmed in three counties in Oklahoma | KOKH

With the official start to summer approaching, medical professional say they're likely to see cases of West Nile Virus across Kansas this year, recognizing that many counties are at a 'moderate risk' for the virus. With the official start to summer approaching, medical professional say they're likely to see cases of West Nile Virus across Kansas this year, recognizing that many counties are at a 'moderate risk' for the virus.

West Nile cases likely across Kansas, health experts warn

“First human case of West Nile Virus in Tulsa County confirmed by the health department. Watch FOX23 News at Noon. https://t.co/GyZnnnjqmE”

Tiffany Alaniz on Twitter: "First human case of West Nile Virus in Tulsa County confirmed by the health department. Watch FOX23 News at Noon. https://t.co/GyZnnnjqmE"

“Health Department: 2 positive West Nile tests in Oklahoma County https://t.co/Zs8YwFFTSs”

Chris Stanford on Twitter: "Health Department: 2 positive West Nile tests in Oklahoma County https://t.co/Zs8YwFFTSs"

“BREAKING NEWS! Two positive West Nile Virus mosquito samples confirmed in Oklahoma County. @koconews https://t.co/ti0STL4hR7”

Patrina Adger on Twitter: "BREAKING NEWS! Two positive West Nile Virus mosquito samples confirmed in Oklahoma County. @koconews https://t.co/ti0STL4hR7"

A trap tested positive for West Nile in midtown Tulsa.A trap tested positive for West Nile in midtown Tulsa.

MOSQUITO SEASON: First human case of West Nile confirmed in Tulsa County | FOX23

The Oklahoma State Department of Health is reporting the first three human cases of West Nile Virus in Canadian, Grant and Tulsa counties for the season. Health officials are reminding the public to take precautions to prevent getting bitten by an infected mosquito. The OSDH provides the following tips to avoid mosquito bites and to prevent WNV:The Oklahoma State Department of Health is reporting the first three human cases of West Nile Virus in Canadian, Grant and Tulsa counties for the season. Health officials are reminding the public to take precautions to prevent getting bitten by an infected mosquito. The OSDH provides the following tips to avoid mosquito bites and to prevent WNV:

First three human cases of West Nile Virus reported in Oklahoma | KOKH

TULSA COUNTY, Okla. - Health officials across the state say they are now dealing with their first human cases of West Nile Virus this season. In May, the Tulsa Health Department announced that a sample of mosquitoes from a trap in Tulsa County tested positive for the virus.TULSA COUNTY, Okla. - Health officials across the state say they are now dealing with their first human cases of West Nile Virus this season. In May, the Tulsa Health Department announced that a sample of mosquitoes from a trap in Tulsa County tested positive for the virus. Now, officials in Tulsa say they have confirmed their first case of West Nile virus this season.

Three West Nile Virus cases reported across Oklahoma | KFOR.com

It looks like the Capital Region is in store for a bad mosquito season this summer. With the higher number of mosquitoes comes a higher risk of mosquito-borne illnesses.It looks like the Capital Region is in store for a bad mosquito season this summer. With the higher number of mosquitoes comes a higher risk of mosquito-borne illnesses.