Some were surprised, while others said they were expecting the West Nile virus to make it to Lawrence. Several people contacted Thursday afternoon outside Lawrence's downtown post office had a range of opions on how they would protect themselves.
The clips below play one after the other, featuring the following Lawrence residents, in this order: Kendall Simmons, who works at the Lawrence Computer Learning Center at Independence Inc.; Zak Bowes, a bus driver; Ali Ahmad, a Kansas University student; Valerie Stone, a KU student; and Linda Zephier, a supervisor at KU's Kansas Union.
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