(KCEN) -- Just one day after two more Texans died from West Nile, another case is reported in central Texas.
A person in McLennan County has contracted the virus, bringing the total number local of cases to 40.
In McLennan County one person has died. Two others have died in Bell County.
The Dallas area has been hit the hardest.
Hundreds there have been diagnosed with the virus.
Some of the symptoms of West Nile are similar to the flu such as fever, headache, nausea, body aches, swollen lymph nodes and skin rashes.
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