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Emily Thorp

Surveillance Epidemiologist

WDH - PHN

Direct Phone: (307) ***-****direct phone

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WDH - PHN

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Surveillance Epidemiologist

Wyoming Department of Health


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www.k2tv.com

Emily Thorp, a surveillance epidemiologist with the Wyoming Department of Health told K2 news that the second victim is an adult female who contracted West Nile fever.


www.wyohospitals.com [cached]

Emily Thorp
emily.thorp@wyo.gov 307-777-8634


bigmedicine.ca

"We have definitely seen an uptick in WNV cases in Wyoming over the last few weeks," said Emily Thorp, WDH surveillance epidemiologist.
Because WNV transmission is still possible into Wyoming's fall months, Thorp suggested people continue to take precautions:


bigmedicine.ca

"We have definitely seen an uptick in WNV cases in Wyoming over the last few weeks," said Emily Thorp, WDH surveillance epidemiologist.
"South Dakota, a neighboring [...]


kdlykove.com [cached]

Emily Thorp, an epidemiologist with the health department, says people can avoid West Nile by preventing mosquito breeding and avoiding mosquito bites.


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