By NewsDesk   @bactiman63

The CDC says the United States saw an average of 7 human Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) over the past decade; however, in 2019 that number was at least five times higher.

EEE virus encephalitis infection results in death in at least 30 percent of cases and in survivors, the manifestations can be quite scary.

Why was 2019 so unusual? According to one article, we may never know due to federal regulations.

I go over these issues in the video.

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