GATESVILLE — Two horses in Coryell County and one each in Bell and Lampasas counties were confirmed with equine West Nile virus, according to a state health official, and horse owners are advised to consider vaccinating their horses against the virus.
The Coryell, Bell and Lampasas cases were among 10 confirmed during investigations by the Region 7 Zoonosis Control office of the Texas Department of State Health Services, according to a Nov. 6 email to county officials from state veterinarian Dr. Beverlee Nix.
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