News Notes: First ‘probable human case’ of West Nile Virus in Austin, other stories to know


AUSTIN (KXAN) — Austin Public Health identified the first “probable human case” of West Nile Virus in Travis County for 2020.

Health officials said this is the first time in two years they found mosquitoes carrying the virus in the county. APH announced Wednesday the virus was found in an adult who lives in the northern part of the county.

In a video lasting less than five minutes, Amanda Dugan and Will DuPree discuss the following stories in the latest KXAN Live News Notes:

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