Updated white-nose syndrome map March 22, 2017

Reflects the following:

  • In Alabama, Shelby County is confirmed positive for white-nose syndrome; Bibb county is "suspect" for the disease.
  • In Massachusetts, Dukes County is confirmed positive for white-nose syndrome.
  • In Minnesota, Becker County, Washington County, Dakota County, Fillmore County, and Goodhue County are confirmed positive for white-nose syndrome; Hennepin County and Ramsey County are "suspect" for the disease.
  • In Mississippi, Union County is "suspect" for the disease.
  • In Texas, Childress County, Cottle County, Hardeman County, Collingsworth County, King County and Scurry County are "suspect" for the disease.
Updated white-nose syndrome map March 22, 2017