A 73-year-old woman who lives in western Riverside County is the first confirmed human case of West Nile virus in the county this year, said Dr. Cameron Kaiser, the county’s public health officer.
Due to a sample of mosquitos testing positive for West Nile virus and increased mosquito numbers, Riverside County Environmental Health Vector Control Program will spray in Nuevo on Monday, August 8, 2016. The area is Hemet Model Masters Airfield and Mystic Field.
Riverside County has confirmed that mosquitos collected from the city of San Jacinto tested positive for West Nile virus.
Due to the extremely high activity of West Nile virus, the Riverside County Vector Control Program has scheduled ultra low volume (ULV) ground applications Thursday (10/29) in Moreno Valley using truck mounted sprayers. The treatment reduce the risk of disease transmission to humans and animals by reducing the number of adult mosquitoes in a neighborhood.
A 77-year-old man who recently died tested positive for the West Nile virus, said Dr. Cameron Kaiser, public health officer. The individual lived in western Riverside County.
A 37-year-old man and 53-year-old woman are the first confirmed human cases of West Nile virus in Riverside County this year, Dr. Cameron Kaiser, public health officer said today (Wednesday). The individuals live in western Riverside County.
Facts and other information about the potentially fatal Ebola virus are available on a new web page from Riverside County health officials.
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