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Update from Pinal County about West Nile Virus.First West Nile Virus (WNV) positive mosquitoes detected in Pinal County this Monsoon Season.This week, during routine seasonal mosquito surveillance, the Pinal County Public Health Services District (PCPHSD) detected West Nile Virus (WNV) positive mosquitoes in the county. It is especially important for everyone to be vigilant in preventing mosquito breeding and mosquito bites now that we have had some significant monsoon rains. Click to read more: ow.ly/vNOP50KiiF3Help Prevent West Nile Virus:• If you have a swimming pool, keep it operational. If you must keep it out of use, make sure you remove the standing water, keep it chlorinated, or run the filter daily.• Eliminate standing water where mosquitoes can lay their eggs. Check for items outside the home that collect water, such as cans, bottles, jars, buckets, old tires, drums and other containers and get rid of them. Change water in flower vases, bird baths, planters, troughs, and animal watering pans at least twice a week.• Repair leaky pipes and outside faucets, and move air conditioner drain hoses frequently to prevent standing water.• Even a short time being outdoors can be long enough to get a mosquito bite. Take extra care to use insect repellent and protective clothing. When outdoors, use an EPA-registered and CDC approved insect repellent.• Keep mosquitoes outside by having well-fitting screens on both windows and doors. ... See MoreSee Less