Re: CDC Case Counts West Nile
We in the tropical south are born immune to West Nile. We get mosquito bitten in winter, summer, spring, and fall. If you hear of people getting West Nile down here, it is because they came from a climate where mosquitos are not very active, or they have a compromised immune system from other disease. Usually, people get West Nile, and shrug it off in a few days never knowing they had it.