Tents in Yosemite National Park in California had to be replaced after a hantavirus outbreak. A Skagit County resident has contracted hantavirus, the fourth recorded hantavirus case in Washington this year. It is the carried by deer mice and is found in their waste, can be deadly.
Tents in Yosemite National Park in California had to be replaced after a hantavirus outbreak. A Skagit County resident has contracted hantavirus, the fourth recorded hantavirus case in Washington this year. It is the carried by deer mice and is found in their waste, can be deadly. Jebb Harris Tribune News Service
Tents in Yosemite National Park in California had to be replaced after a hantavirus outbreak. A Skagit County resident has contracted hantavirus, the fourth recorded hantavirus case in Washington this year. It is the carried by deer mice and is found in their waste, can be deadly. Jebb Harris Tribune News Service

Hantavirus case reported in Skagit County

June 27, 2017 08:29 AM