Officials: West Nile virus found in Woodlands mosquitoes

June 24, 2011 4:21:46 AM PDT
Two mosquitoes in The Woodlands area have tested positive for the West Nile virus. The Texas Department of State Health Services says there have so far been no reports of human illness. Crews in Montgomery County will begin to spray drains and select areas to try to stop the virus from spreading.

County officials recommend people stay indoors from dusk to dawn when disease-carrying mosquitoes are the most active.

You can read more about this story in The Courier of Montgomery County, one of our Houston Community Newspaper partners.


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