The deadly West Nile virus has made its way to another Stateline county.
Boone County health officials announced Monday that a dead crow found in that county August 2nd tested positive for the mosquito-borne illness. It's the first time this year the virus was found in Boone County. Health experts say the best way to prevent catching West Nile is to wear bug repellent containing deet, and stay inside between dusk and dawn hours.
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