We are learning more about the most recently confirmed cases of EEE in the state. Three people have now died from the virus and fourth is now in the hospital.
Two new cases of Eastern Equine Encephalitis in Connecticut were confirmed by the Department of Public Health (DPH) on Tuesday. One patient is reported to have died, bringing the total death toll in the state to three this year.
A mosquito pool has tested positive for EEE.
College campuses are taking no chances with the potentially-deadly EEE virus. Concerns about mosquitoes carrying the virus have schools rearranging athletic schedules and other outdoor events.
The town of North Haven is taking precautions to prevent residents from contracting the EEE virus.
Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) has announced the opening days of turkey and small game hunting seasons.
The president of the University of Connecticut released a statement Sunday morning announcing that the October 5th UCONN football game time would be moved up over EEE concerns.
The Durham Fair is expected to see record crowds this weekend for its 100th year, but will the concern about EEE impact the festivities?
State health officials are continuing to warn residents about the mosquito-borne eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) virus.
More cities and towns are taking precautions to protect people from EEE.