More Valley Fever Cases Diagnosed in Winter Months

Though Valley Fever is commonly understood to be a dry-weather phenomenon, more cases are diagnosed August-December than any other time of year.  This is partially because Valley Fever can take weeks to show symptoms and be properly diagnosed.

Data and charts courtesy of Kern County Public Health Services Department.  For more information, visit

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