Spraying typically occurs on Thursday nights-giving residents 48 hours' notice of any spraying.
If a person is infected by West Nile virus, the risk of serious disease is low, said a news release from the American Mosquito Control Association.
Longmont fogging/spraying is triggered when West Nile Virus positive mosquitoes are discovered in either Larimer, Boulder or Weld Counties and when Longmont traps exceed 150 mosquitoes. Many more people are infected but do not develop symptoms.
Please contact VDCI to make a notification or shutoff request by calling (970) 278-9977 or visiting vdci.net/colorado. Birds may also carry WNV, transmitting it to mosquitoes, and on to humans. These flu-like symptoms usually appear within three to 14 days of being infected and often end after a few days to several weeks.
WEAR long sleeves and trousers.
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He wrote on Twitter: "I am deeply shocked and appalled by the death of a fearless officer on duty in Thames Valley last night". The most recent case was the murder in 2017 of PC Keith Palmer, who was stabbed during the Westminster terror attack in 2017.
Use Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-registered insect repellents with one of the following active ingredients DEET: Picaridin (known as KBR 3023 and Icaridin outside the US), IR3535, Oil of lemon eucalyptus (OLE), Para-menthane-diol (PMD), 2-undecanone.
Avoid the outdoors from DUSK until DAWN.
To reduce the possibility of exposure, the Department of Health encourages residents to drain standing water to stop mosquitoes from multiplying.
The mosquito season runs through October.
The Minnesota Department of Health reported its first human case of 2019 to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. To report nuisance mosquitoes, click on "Mosquito Complaints" in the "What you Can Do" section on the webpage.