WNV Surveillance Maps
- A corvid is a bird that is a member of the Corvidae family (or crow family), which includes crows, blue jays and ravens. Corvids appear to be especially susceptible to West Nile virus infection and can be used as an early indicator of the virus in an area.
- Map: Horse Cases, 2015
Map of results of testing on equines (horses) submitted to the Michigan State University Diagnostic Center for Population and Animal Health.
- Map: Other Animals Tested, 2015
Map of results of testing on wild birds and mammals (non corvid), domestic and zoo animals (excludes horses) submitted to the Michigan State University Diagnostic Center for Population and Animal Health.
- Map: Mosquito Testing, 2015
Map of mosquitoes collected by Michigan's mosquito control districts, and tested by the Michigan State University Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics.
- Map: Human Cases, 2015
Map of human testing results confirmed by the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services, Bureau of Laboratories.
- Map: Sick/Dead Birds Reported, 2015
Map of corvids reported and/or tested that were found dead or had symptoms of West Nile Virus infection.
- Other Arboviruses in Humans Testing Results, 2015
Map of results of testing for arboviruses (insect-borne viruses) other than West Nile Virus in humans, as diagnosed by the Michigan Department of Community Health Bureau of Laboratories.