Merrimack County, NH, 1-10 cases (exact number unknown, 2014)
Middlesex County, MA, 1-10 cases (exact number unknown, 2012) The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) has announced that a man in his 60s from the Metrowest region of Middlesex County has been diagnosed
Worcester County, MA, 1-10 cases (exact number unknown, 2012) A Massachusetts man who contracted EEE has died. Health officials say the man in his 70s was admitted to the hospital in early August and died several days later.
Bristol County, MA, 1 case (2011) An elderly man from Bristol County is the first person infected this year with Eastern Equine Encephalitis, a potentially fatal brain infection spread by mosquitoes.
Carroll County, NH, 1-10 cases (exact number unknown, 2014) Site Not Available
York County, ME, 1 case (2014) The unidentified adult from York County first got sick in August. Tests done by the state were positive for Eastern equine encephalitis.
Essex County, MA, 2 cases (2012) Massachusetts’ 5th case of EEE diagnosed in Essex County man
Norfolk County, MA, 1 case (2013) A Norfolk County woman in her 80s has died of Eastern equine encephalitis. She was the first Massachusetts resident known to be infected this season with the often lethal mosquito-borne illness, state public health officials announced Tuesday. The woman, who has not been identified, was hospitalized earlier this month and died a few days later. Health officials said they are tracing the woman’s activity in recent weeks to determine where she may have been bitten by an infected mosquito and will determine whether to increase warning levels and urge cancellation of night-time activities based on their findings. “We are right in the middle of peak transmission for EEE,” said Dr. Catherine Brown, state public health veterinarian.
Franklin County, MA, 1 case (2012) The third human case of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) in Massachusetts was confirmed Monday in Franklin County. The patient is under the age of eighteen, and is currently hospitalized.
Plymouth County, MA 1 case (2010) 1-10 cases (exact number unknown, 2012)
Newport County, RI, 1-10 cases (exact number unknown, 2010)
Rutland County, VT, 1-10 cases (exact number unknown, 2012) EEE Information for Health Professionals
Hillsborough County, NH, 1-10 cases (2014). The third case of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) was reported on Wednesday by the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), representing the second death this season as a result of EEE in the state.

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