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Shared: Health unit warns of Lyme disease after ticks found in Simcoe County

Shared: Health unit warns of Lyme disease after ticks found in Simcoe County

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The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit is warning residents that they may be more at risk of contracting Lyme disease.

The health unit said blacklegged ticks were discovered in the Amos Tract of the Simcoe County Forest in Oro-Medonte this spring and fall.

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Shared: Health unit warns of Lyme disease after ticks found in Simcoe County

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