UC Berkeley study warns of increased West Nile virus outbreaks in Southern California

West Nile outbreaks may increase in socal due to warming
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As temperatures rise, the risk of West Nile virus transmission increases greatly, creating cause for concern in Southern California, especially Los Angeles, according to UC Berkeley researchers.

Climate change may lead to outbreaks of West Nile virus, which can cause fatal neurological diseases, in Southern California, according to a UC Berkeley-led study published Wednesday.
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