West Nile Virus
An 82-year-old Western Slope man has died from the West Nile virus, bringing the statewide death toll from the mosquito-borne virus to three.
Human cases of the West Nile Virus continue to increase across Colorado.
Dead crows are littering some Denver neighborhoods. Homeowners first thought someone poisoned the birds, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirms that’s not the case.
Colorado health officials say 51 human cases of West Nile virus have been reported to the state health department as of last Friday, including two deaths in Montrose County.
One Denver neighborhood is seeing flocks of birds die from the West Nile virus and people are worried about their pets.
A new case of West Nile virus in Colorado sent someone to the hospital.
One city in Northern Colorado has launched a late-season attack on the West Nile Virus.
Colorado health officials say two people have died from the West Nile virus this season, both residents of Montrose County in the southwestern part of the state.
The nationwide outbreak of West Nile virus has prompted Fort Collins to do a second round of mosquito spraying.
Denver-area health officials say four Coloradans have been diagnosed with the West Nile virus.