Colorado health officials today confirmed 32 more human cases of West Nile virus, raising the statewide total to 247 as hard-hit counties braced for more.
Six people have died in Colorado this year, including two each
in Larimer and Pueblo counties.
Among the latest victims was 80-year-old Charlotte Lemon Sanger Jones of Loveland.
An obituary published today said she died Monday of West Nile. Officials would not confirm that.
Weld County has reported 57 human cases, Boulder County 38 and
Larimer County 27.