Health Department reports further evidence of West Nile Virus in city; Spraying operations to continue
Vanderburgh County Health Department
West Nile Virus Activity Update
Evansville, July 18, 2012 – Due to further evidence of West Nile Virus in the City of Evansville, the Vanderburgh County Health Department is going to perform focused adulticiding operations in areas where significant mosquito or West Nile activity has been found. The adulticiding operation will take place the evening of July 20, 2012, weather permitting. The spraying will be within an area bound by Alvord Blvd., Covert Ave, Vann Ave., and Bellemeade Ave. If the treatments cannot be completed on the designated date, they will resume on the next available day.
The Vanderburgh County Health Department will continue to focus its efforts on habitat elimination, education, and treatment of stagnant or standing water as these are the most effective forms of mosquito control.
The Health Department is asking residents to:
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