Health Department issues West Nile Virus reminder
High temps, minimal rain can lead to rapid development of WNV
Due to the presence of West Nile Virus, the Grundy County Health Department is reminding residents about the importance of protecting themselves from mosquitoes when outside during evening hours.
Even though there has not been much rain, and some may not be bothered during the day by biting mosquitoes, the mosquitoes that carry West Nile Virus (WNV) are still present and still active in the evening hours.
Ongoing sampling of mosquitoes collected in the county are indicating an increasing presence of WNV, though an unequivocal positive test result, in accordance with the state testing protocols, has yet to be achieved.
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