header graphic
 
spacer
 
spacer
OCHD News < Back to News Index
West Nile Virus Death in Onondaga County
August 20, 2012


Onondaga County Health Commissioner, Dr. Cynthia B. Morrow was notified by the New York State Health Department laboratory of the second human case of West Nile Virus in Onondaga County this year.  This individual, an older adult, was hospitalized and later succumbed to the disease.  “It is with sorrow that I share this news today.  My thoughts are with the family,” said Dr. Morrow.  Morrow further explained out of respect for the family and for confidentiality reasons, the details of this individual’s death will not be shared with the public.

For more information about mosquito- borne disease visit www.ongov.net/health; this website is updated weekly.

 

 

 

 

 



RELATED ARTICLES

Testing for Blue-Green Algae at Skaneateles Lake Ending

2016-2018 Onondaga County Community Health Assessment and Improvement Plan

Tuberculosis Case Reported in the Syracuse City School District

Flu Vaccines Now Available

Mumps Vaccine Booster Offered to Syracuse University Students

Don't Forget Your Flu Vaccine!

Update Report on Mumps Cases in Onondaga County

Second Human Case of West Nile Virus and Mosquito Pool Positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis Virus

FREE Mammograms are Available

Mumps Cases Reported in Onondaga County


footer graphic
© 2001- 2017 Onondaga County, New York  All Rights Reserved.   |  Ongov.net  |  Privacy Statement | Directions & Parking | Language or Disability Access Assistance