A Walk-in Clinic on the North Side of Spokane Can Treat West Nile

The Washington State health department recently announced that it is testing mosquitoes, and monitoring reports coming in about dead birds, to track the progress of the West Nile virus in the state, which has become common in central and south central Washington. According to the department, the virus was detected in six Washington counties last year, including Benton, Franklin, and Yakima.
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