All of Kansas at high risk for West Nile virus - 08-12


TOPEKA, Kan. — The Kansas Department of Health and Environment said the entire stateis now at high risk for West Nile infections. In its surveillance and transmission risk report from July 27, the KDHE said the southwest and north-central and north-east reporting regions were upgraded from moderate to high risks. Other areas in Kansas were already at high risks in previous reports.