Another human case of the West Nile Virus has been reported in Central New York.
This time an elderly Oswego County woman contracted the disease and had to be hospitalized. The victim is now home recovering.
The Oswego County Health Department says the woman become infected sometime in September and that young children and the elderly are at higher risk of developing symptoms.
Those symptoms include fever, headache and swollen lymph glands.
The virus has been found in many mosquito pools over the summer in Oswego County and the threat won't be eradicated until the first hard frost occurs, which may be later this week.
The virus doesn't generate symptoms in most people who are bitten by mosquitoes that are infected.