N.J. man dies of West Nile Virus, officials say – NJ.com

A Camden County male passed away of the West Nile virus in July, county authorities said.The man, who was in his 60s and not recognized, was confessed to a healthcare facility with symptoms of the virus on July 16.”West Nile Virus normally affects a little number of New Jersey residents each year, nevertheless the prevalence of the virus has been increasing just recently,” Camden County Health Officer Dr. Paschal Nwako said in a declaration.”Symptoms of West Nile Virus consist of fever, headaches, and neurological dysfunction.The best method to prevent West Nile Virus is to limit the conditions mosquitoes reproduce in, like standing water, and use EPA-approved insect repellent.Thank you for relying on us to provide the journalism you can rely on.

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