Milford resident contracts West Nile Virus

Milford Health Director Deepa Joseph says residents should take the news as a reminder to use protection against mosquitoes while outdoors.

Milford Health Director Deepa Joseph says residents should take the news as a reminder to use protection against mosquitoes while outdoors. (8/30/16)

MILFORD - State health officials say a Milford resident is being treated for West Nile Virus.

Officials say the patient, who is in their 70s, has been hospitalized since last week for treatment.

Milford Health Director Deepa Joseph says residents should take the news as a reminder to use protection against mosquitoes while outdoors.

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