Wisconsin has recorded two human deaths from the West Nile virus in the past few weeks. That includes both confirmed and probable cases, and the state’s latest report says nine people statewide have been hospitalized from the mosquito borne virus. Calumet County in east central Wisconsin is the latest to report a human case. The state’s latest weekly update, issued last Wednesday, said there have been four confirmed and eight probable West Nile cases in Calumet, Oconto, Brown, Fond du Lac, Wood, Juneau, Buffalo, Dane, Rock, and Racine counties. Birds and horses are normally infected with West Nile in late spring and early summer — and humans usually start to be infected in August.