MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — West Nile Virus is back in Minnesota.

The Metropolitan Mosquito Control says a mosquito sample collected in Scott County tested positive for the virus this week.

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So far, there are no human cases of the virus in the state.

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Most people who get West Nile don’t have any symptoms, but some will develop a fever and other flu-like symptoms.

Officials say the virus typically shows up in mosquito samples and birds at this time of year.

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The wet conditions, followed by hot weather, can boost the mosquito species that spreads the virus.