West Nile virus confirmed in 4 Tulsa County dead birds


Thursday, July 31st 2003, 12:00 am
By: News On 6


The West Nile virus has spread again in Oklahoma. The State Health Department confirmed Thursday afternoon that four infected dead birds were found in Tulsa County.

So far this year, 14 birds and 8 horses have tested positive in Oklahoma according to the health department. Local health officials say they are spraying for mosquitoes that can spread the virus from birds to people.

There are no confirmed human cases in Oklahoma.