Miami-Dade County health officials late last week confirmed four more local cases of West Nile virus, bringing the county’s total to 18 residents.The Miami Herald reports that the county’s mosquito-control chief believes this summer’s resurgence of West Nile most likely reflects the heavy rains that cause mosquito populations to increase.For that reason, Miami-Dade is now under a mosquito-borne-illness alert.Officials announced that county’s first two cases of West Nile virus in May, and said both cases in county residents and occurred through local transmission.On June 11, health officials reported two additional cases, followed by 10 more on June 25.According to the health department, West Nile virus is the leading cause of mosquito-borne disease in the United States.There are no vaccines to prevent it or medications to treat it at this time.
Evolution of the Patriot Way:2014: We’re On To Cincinnati2015: Do Your Job2016: No Days Off2017: Next Man Up2018: No One Died https://t.co/fMitJGptIK— Tanya Ray Fox (@TanyaRayFox) December 10, 2018In case you missed it, here is the play that has been dubbed the “Miami Miracle” (Patriots fans, look away). Related News Bill Belichick can always be counted on to convey succinct, pithy messages, whether to his team or the media.So when asked Monday what he told his players Sunday after the Dolphins’ stunning, last-second lateral play beat the Patriots 34-33, Belichick provided this nugget: “It’s the National Football League. No one died,” Belichick told Boston’s WEEI. KENYAN DRAKE. FOR THE WIN. pic.twitter.com/mWcSQQ9GPP— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 9, 2018The Patriots still lead the AFC East with a 9-4 mark, and face the Steelers in Pittsburgh next Sunday. WATCH: Dolphins defeat Patriots on miraculous final play Tom Brady remains optimistic after Patriots’ loss to Dolphins: ‘We still have a lot of football to play’ Talk about putting things in perspective.