West Nile Detected in Wild Turkey in Gratiot County

By: Josh Sidorowicz Email
By: Josh Sidorowicz Email

The first reported case of West Nile virus in Michigan for 2013 was detected recently in a wild turkey found in Gratiot County.

The turkey was reported to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and was confirmed positive by the Michigan State University Diagnostic Center.

Tonight on News 10 at 6 we'll have more on what this means for the threat of the virus spreading in Mid-Michigan and what you can do to protect yourself and your family.

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