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Cathedral City and Palm Springs scheduled in addition to Mecca, Palm Desert, and Rancho Mirage treatments.
Additional virus detections near the Rancho Mirage Palm Desert border prompt neighborhood mosquito control treatments.
Neighborhood mosquito control treatments are scheduled in Mecca and east valley.
Big rain events in August leave behind mosquito problems across Coachella Valley cities.
Recent rains help facilitate desirable mosquito habitat.
This is the first sample from the west valley positive for virus in 2023.
St. Louis encephalitis virus found in mosquitoes in North Shore for the first time in 2023.
St. Louis encephalitis virus spread continues as summer officially begins this week.
Mosquito trapping in Mecca results in positive St. Louis Encephalitis virus.
California Mosquito Awareness Week begins April 16-22, 2023.
Neighborhood mosquito control treatments are scheduled.
This is the fourth sample from the east valley positive for virus in 2022.
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This is the first positive West Nile virus mosquito sample in Thermal this year.
California Mosquito Awareness Week begins April 17-23, 2022. The Coachella Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District wants to help you understand…
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National Mosquito Control Awareness Week begins June 20-26, 2021. Fight the bite! Avoid mosquito-borne virus transmission.
California Mosquito Awareness Week begins April 18-24, 2021. Reducing the risk of mosquito-borne virus transmission is a community effort.
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This is the first time in 2020 Mecca has seen mosquito virus activity.
This is the first time in 2020 Coachella has seen mosquito virus activity. Traps in La Quinta continue to test positive expanding neighborhood…
District officials stress the importance of wearing bug spray as more mosquitoes also test positive for St. Louis Encephalitis virus in La Quinta and…
West Nile Virus (WNV) also detected again in Palm Desert, St. Louis Encephalitis Virus (SLEV) detected again in La Quinta.
As services resume, no West Nile Virus detected in mosquito samples last week.
Officials urge residents to limit outdoor activity at dawn and dusk, wear bug spray, long sleeves when possible. Protect yourself from mosquito bites.
La Quinta, Palm Desert, and Thermal also have confirmed mosquito-borne viruses.
Valley residents should protect themselves against mosquito bites to prevent falling sick.
Mosquitoes in Thermal also tested positive for the virus. Control application scheduled.
This is the first sign of mosquito virus in the Coachella Valley for 2020.
Residents urged to take precautions against mosquito bites as virus activity continues in the Valley
District to start truck-mounted ULV to reduce mosquito populations and virus circulation
This is the first sign of WNV in the Coachella Valley for 2019
Posted on: May 20, 2019 - 7:19am
Mosquito Awareness Week educates residents on mosquito prevention and disease protection