In this file photo, Elizabeth Hager, a biologist with Beaufort County Mosquito Control, demonstrates how mosquito samples are tested for the West Nile Virus in a biological safety cabinet.
In this file photo, Elizabeth Hager, a biologist with Beaufort County Mosquito Control, demonstrates how mosquito samples are tested for the West Nile Virus in a biological safety cabinet. File, staff photo
In this file photo, Elizabeth Hager, a biologist with Beaufort County Mosquito Control, demonstrates how mosquito samples are tested for the West Nile Virus in a biological safety cabinet. File, staff photo

West Nile cases up nationwide, in South Carolina

August 22, 2012 08:47 PM

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