Chikungunya Virus Sparks Warning in Tennessee

Mosquito-borne virus spreading in the Caribbean may have landed in Tennessee, according to health officials.
0:49 | 06/12/14

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A mosquito borne virus that is an epidemic and Caribbean. May have landed in Tennessee it's called chicken Gagne of virus tennesseans who recently -- -- Showing symptoms. Of symptoms include joint and muscle pain -- high fever. The virus spreads through bites from a particular species of mosquito note as daytime biting mosquitoes which. Are common in Tennessee. We're telling people. To use mosquito repellent frank and also check around your house to make sure there's no standing water. Because that's where the mosquitoes breed officials say that you're if you are going to be outdoors -- -- that is long loose.

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