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West Nile Virus found in multiple mosquito pools in the Coastal Bend

There are zero human cases in Nueces County.

TEXAS, USA — On Thursday, Nueces County Vector Control announced the detection of West Nile Virus in two mosquito pools.

One was found in a mosquito trap along the 400 block of Bartlett. Another was found in Robstown at 873 West Avenue Drive, according to Vector Control. 

There are zero human cases in Nueces County. Residents from the area are encouraged to closely follow all mosquito prevention protocols.

On Tuesday, August 24, the City of Kingsville also detected the virus at 730 East Warren and 803 East Ragland, according to City leaders.

All areas are being treated and sprayed.

🦟 The City of Kingsville Health Department Animal Control & Care Center is following up on the detection of a mosquito...

Posted by The City of Kingsville, TX on Thursday, August 26, 2021

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