JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Duval County Health Department confirmed three new human cases of West Nile Virus Tuesday, bringing this year's total to five. There's concern more people will get sick.
Englewood resident Natasha Calhoun keeps her five children inside most of the evening. She said, "We barely, we don't come outside." They only go for a short walk each evening.
Dr. Bob Harmon, the director of the Duval County Health Department, said five cases so far this year is a high number. He added, "And they're the only cases in Florida, so we're on high alert."