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Tags: West Nile virus

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August 15, 2009

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However, since dead bird surveillance was initiated in Alberta, a great deal has been learned on WNv activity. We now know that suitable conditions for WNv are limited largely to the Grassland Natural Region of southeastern Alberta where conditions are most favourable for development of Culex...


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August 1, 2009

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This bulletin presents workers the symptoms of West Nile virus, the workers at risk and the control measures for workers.


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March 1, 2009

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This report presents the results from the second West Nile virus (WNv) Seroprevalence Study, undertaken by Alberta Health and Wellness during March through June 2007. Since most WNv infections do not lead to clinical cases, seroprevalence studies are conducted to estimate how many Albertans have...


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January 1, 2005

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This report presents the results from the West Nile virus (WNv) Seroprevalence Study, undertaken by Alberta Health and Wellness during March through June 2004. During 2003, there were 275 confirmed human cases of WNv in Alberta. For every clinical infection there are likely many more undetected...


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January 1, 2005

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Under the leadership of the Provincial Health Office, five government departments have expanded and updated a coordinated provincial plan for responding to West Nile virus in Alberta. The purpose of the plan is to minimize the risk of WNv infection to humans. A number of coordinated activities...


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October 13, 2004

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The story of West Nile virus in North America is a very recent one. The virus arrived in New York in 1999 and established populations in migratory birds on the Atlantic Flyway. it then systematically increased its population and spread to birds on the other primary migration pathways, moving...


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April 1, 2004

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The greater sage-grouse is one of the most marvelous animals on the short-grass prairie. Each spring, males gather on open clay pans and do their dance of love. They joust for the preferred territory at the centre of the dancing ground (or lek), and then make complete fools of themselves. The...


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January 1, 2004

Description

Under the leadership of the Provincial Health Office, five government departments have expanded and updated a coordinated provincial plan for responding to West Nile virus in Alberta. The purpose of the plan is to minimize the risk of WNv infection to humans. A number of coordinated activities...