San Fernando Valley Residents Reminded to Stay Proactive Against the West Nile Virus Mosquito
The Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District reports that West Nile virus activity continues to be detected in San Fernando Valley mosquitoes, and that residents are urged to use EPA registered repellents when spending time outdoors in the early morning and evening hours to prevent mosquito bites and WNV illness. This year 10 WNV cases have been reported by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, and that 70 percent of those reported cases required hospitalization, according to district spokeswoman Kelly Middleton.
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