Virus Activity in the Coachella Valley
There is currently no visus activity in 2020.
The District uses mosquito traps (CDC - CO2-baited traps and gravid traps) as part of our surveillance program to detect arbovirus activity. The traps are set up throughout the Coachella Valley in both urban and rural habitats. The map displays within a quarter mile the locations where mosquitoes have tested positive for WNV this year.
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Balloons represent mosquito trap sites where West Nile virus- and Saint Louis encephalitis-positive mosquitoes have been collected (red is for WNV and blue is for SLE. Balloons are within a quarter mile of actual sites).
- Virus detection locations by city/unincorporated area
- Spray Activities
- News Releases
- Mosquito Prevention Tips
- CVMVCD Response Plan
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