ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- Officials say the West Nile Virus is now in Olmsted County.
According to the latest Minnesota Department of Health survey released Monday, there is now one confirmed case of the disease in the area.
The survey also shows there is one confirmed case in both Faribault and Freeborn counties.
So far, the report says, there have been 49 people with West Nile Virus in Minnesota this year.
Two of them have died from the virus.
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