Another person has died in Tarrant County from West Nile.
But as we head into fall we may finally be seeing some relief.
This year marks one of the worst for the virus, infecting more than 14,000 people, and killing more than 100 across the country, 69 now in Texas alone.
With the days becoming shorter, health officials said they're confident the peak of the West Nile virus has come and gone.
So far 49 people have come down with the virus in Central Texas, 3 of those people died.
But Bell and McLennan County haven't seen any new cases in 2 weeks.
Although the numbers are dwindling, health officials still want people to still be cautious while in areas where mosquitoes could be lurking.
Make sure you still use insect repellents that contain DEET, drain any standing water and dress in long, loose and light-colored clothing especially from dusk to dawn.
Early symptoms can include fever, headache and body aches.
"It's been several weeks since we've had our last case, of course we're always going to be monitoring and encouraging people to be aware, but we're really hopeful that we've seen the last of our West Nile case," said McLennan County Health District Spokeswoman Kelly Craine.
The Centers for Disease Control said they are still seeing severe cases.
So far here in Texas there have been almost 750 confirmed West Nile cases.