Mosquitoes are not exactly the sign of spring that most of us look for.
There is good news and bad news surrounding the number of West Nile cases in Minnesota.
The Minnesota Department of Health is reporting an elderly man has died due to West Nile virus. According to the health department, the man’s death marks the 16th West Nile-related death in this state since 2002.
The number of Minnesotans getting sick this summer from the West Nile Virus is growing.
This year’s mosquito population is growing because of all the rainfall. But the same can’t be said for potential West Nile virus cases, even though that too depends on weather.