Monday, July 30, 2012
NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. -- The Department of Health and Environmental Control has confirmed four reported cases of the West Nile virus in South Carolina.
According to DHEC, the four cases involved middle-aged men from Orangeburg, Lexington and Richland counties, as well as a woman from Charleston County.
The flu-like symptoms hit between two to 14 days:
DHEC says the best way to avoid West Nile are to pay attention to to the "four D's":
For more information, visit the DHEC website here.
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