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Panhandle Horse Tests Positive for West Nile Virus The Nebraska Department of Agriculture has received a report of a horse in the Panhandle that has contracted West Nile Virus (WNV). Horses can become infected with WNV after being bitten by an infected mosquito; however, they cannot transmit WNV to other horses or people after they contract the disease. While many horses can be exposed to the disease and not show symptoms, about 35% will become ill and will have to be potentially euthanized. Click here for more information.


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