Connecticut Resident Dies From Brain-Infecting Mosquito Virus EEE, More Cases Reported In Tri-State AreaConnecticut’s Department of Public Health announced on Friday that an East Lyme resident died from Eastern Equine Encephalitis earlier this week.
2 More Cases Of Deadly Mosquito-Borne Virus Diagnosed In New JerseyEEE is rare and serious illness transmitted to humans by a mosquito bite and has already killed at least three people in the U.S. this year.
New Jersey Town Finds Mosquitoes Carrying Deadly Brain-Infecting Virus, Pesticide Spraying BeginsSo far this year there are at least 20 human cases reported across six states – including Connecticut and New Jersey. Deaths have been reported in Michigan, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island.
Human Cases Of West Nile Virus Confirmed In Queens, Brooklyn & Staten IslandFour people tested positive for the mosquito-borne illness. Two cases were reported in Queens, one in Brooklyn and one on Staten Island.
Mosquitoes Carrying Deadly Brain-Infecting Virus Found In A Dozen Connecticut TownsThe Connecticut Department of Public Health says mosquitoes in 12 towns have already tested positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis virus.
Mosquitoes Carrying West Nile Virus Found In Areas Of Brooklyn, Staten Island, QueensNo human cases have been reported, but officials are urging people to use insect repellent.
West Nile Virus Hits Deadly Record High In New JerseyAfter a summer of warm and rainy weather, an explosion of mosquitoes has driven the number of West Nile virus victims to record levels in New Jersey, including the deaths of two people.
Mosquito Alert Issued In New Jersey County After West Nile DeathAuthorities say the mosquito population has boomed in Bergen County because of the warm and rainy weather.
Yes, It's A Bad Year For Mosquitoes - Here's What You Can DoExperts say you are not imagining things -- it's a bad year for mosquitoes. So what can you do to beat the backyard biters?
Summer's First NYC West Nile Virus Case ReportedThe first human case of West Nile virus in the metro area for the 2018 season was confirmed Friday by the New York City Health Department.
How To Stay Safe & Avoid Mosquito Bites This SummerFrom what clothing to wear to what repellents to use, Dr. Max Gomez shares some tips to prevent those pesky – and sometimes dangerous -- bites.