4 new cases of mosquito-borne disease, 2 deaths reported in SW Michigan

Tue Sep 17 20:18:51 PDT 2019

4 new cases of mosquito-borne disease, 2 deaths reported in SW Michigan

There are four new human cases of a mosquito-borne disease in southwest Michigan, including two resulting in death.

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