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As of Aug. 22, there are 82 people in various counties in Mississippi that have been affected with West Nile virus, combining with five other states to make 2012 one of the worst years for the disease.
Seventy-five percent of the cases reported this year have been reported from five states: Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Illinois. To date, analysts with the Center of Disease Control in Atlanta, Ga. say that only Alaska, Hawaii and Vermont have no reported cases of West Nile virus this year.
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