Knoxville (WVLT) - Mosquitoes across the state are testing positive for west nile virus, but so far, there no human cases being reported, according to the state's Department of Health.
Health leaders in Hamilton County say routine testing shows positive results from two mosquito pools.
Taking a look at the rest of the state, here in Knox County there are no cases of west nile.
But the virus has been reported Clay, Davidson, Dyer, Hamilton, Shelby and Sullivan counties this year.
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