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SLE occurs throughout the United States (an epidemic occurred in central Florida in 1990 and Arkansas in 1991), WEE occurs west of the Mississippi River, EEE occurs east of the Mississippi River but mostly along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts and north-central states, and CE occurs in California and the eastern United States (LAC type). Human cases of arbovirus infection have a seasonal occurrence from mid- to late summer. These distinct viruses naturally infect a variety of birds and mammals and are transmitted between animals by mosquito vectors.
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