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California Public Health Labs Are Open Sunday

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The governor of California, Jerry Brown, announced Wednesday that California State University and community college libraries will open on Sunday as public health labs, in the wake of the resurgence of the West Nile virus and other mosquito-borne illnesses after a 12-year lull.

The move is meant to serve as a model for other health departments across the country as their own payments from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have declined.

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