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West Nile Virus

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  • Second Marylander dies from West Nile

    Second Marylander dies from West Nile
    A second person in Maryland has died from West Nile virus in what is one of the country's worst seasons for the disease. State health officials are not releasing details about the deceased for privacy reasons. The number of the state's West Nile cases...
  • City Council Meeting Wrap-Up

    The following is from the Sept. 4 City Council meeting. All council members were present. * EXTRAORDINARY BUSINESS Mayor Jane Egly presented a proclamation to Dave Thomas and Kevin Mundt commemorating the 20th anniversary of AREO, a gift and home décor...
  • West Nile threat remains while mosquitoes do

    West Nile threat remains while mosquitoes do
    For those wondering when the threat of the West Nile virus will be over in Illinois this year, Dr. Linn Haramis has a ready answer: “I usually plant Impatiens flowers in front of my house and they’re annuals,” said Haramis, program...
  • West Nile Virus Spraying Updates for San Joaquin County

    West Nile Virus Spraying Updates for San Joaquin County
    The San Joaquin County Mosquito and Vector Control District has scheduled ground spraying to kill mosquitoes and combat West Nile Virusstarting Wednesday, September 12. This year is the worst year on record for the disease around the country. 92 people...
  • Shelby Co. health officials confirm four new cases of West Nile virus

    Shelby Co. health officials confirm four new cases of West Nile virus
    Health officials said the record outbreak of the West Nile virus should start declining. However, officials with the Shelby County Health Department discovered four new cases of the virus this week.   The new cases bring the total number of cases in...
  • West Nile Kills Placer County Man

    West Nile Kills Placer County Man
    Howard Stolz, 74, was healthy, happy and active and a pillar of the Placer County community; but Saturday he died of West Nile virus. Nobody knows where he was bit, but the fun loving outgoing man was taken too soon. The West Nile virus has been bad this...
  • Baltimore County sprays for mosquitoes

    Pikesville and Catonsville are the next area locations to be sprayed for mosquitoes in response to cases of West Nile Virus, Baltimore County Department of Health officials said Friday. The Maryland Department of Agriculture will spray parts of...
  • Mosquito spraying in Baltimore County postponed

    Mosquito spraying in Baltimore County postponed
    Spraying to control mosquitoes in Baltimore County's Pikesville neighborhoods has been postponed until next week, health officials said. The state Department of Agriculture will spray Sept. 24 and Oct. 1 in parts of Pikesville. Spraying in Catonsville...
  • West Nile Virus test offers peace of mind to people worried about contact with mosquitoes

    West Nile Virus test offers peace of mind to people worried about contact with mosquitoes
    More West Nile cases have been reported since Hurricane Isaac. This after the Center for Disease Control already said this year the United States has had its worst year for West Nile Virus. Vanessa Bolano shows us a test that can bring peace of mind if...
  • West Nile Cases Highest In Kent And Wayne Counties

    West Nile Cases Highest In Kent And Wayne Counties
    The latest numbers are out, it shows West Nile Virus (WNV), still a concern in Michigan. The most repoted cases are in Kent and Wayne counties. Kent County reports 2 deaths related to the virus. To date there have been 160 cases reported in the state....
  • West Nile spraying proceeds in Baltimore County, Arundel

    After a "rain delay" Tuesday, pesticide spraying is set to begin in the first of two Baltimore County neighborhoods where health officials say they've identified two new cases of West Nile virus. The Maryland Department of Agriculture is to spray parts...