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Grand Prairie Confirms 3 More Cases of West Nile Virus

City now has 10 human cases of West Nile virus

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    Grand Prairie reported three additional cases of West Nile virus Friday.

    Two of the cases are in Tarrant County area and the third is in Dallas County.

    The city said they'll spray the affected areas between 9 p.m. and 1 a.m. Friday night into Saturday morning.

    Area 1 is bound by Arkansas Ln. on the north, S. Hwy. 360 NB Service Rd. on the west, Red Hawk Dr. on the south, and Forum Dr. on the east.

    Area 2 is bound by Hill St. on the north, NW 8th St on the east, W. Main St on the South, and NW 14th St on the west.

    Area 3 is bound by S. Forum Dr on the North, San Remos on the east, Sara Jane Parkway on the South, and S Great Southwest Pkwy on the west.

    Residents in the spray areas are advised to stay indoors, keep pets inside, and cover fish ponds during those times. In the event of rain or wind speeds above 10 mph, the spraying will be rescheduled for a later day.

    With the three new cases, Grand Prairie now has 10 cases of West Nile virus in humans.  The other six cases are in 75050 (2), 75051 (2), 75052 (2).


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