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.
Officials Urge New York Horse Owners To Vaccinate Against West NileThe Department of Agriculture and Markets says there have been four confirmed equine cases of the mosquito-borne infection in the state this year.
Health Officials: High Number Of Mosquitoes Testing Positive For West Nile Virus On Long IslandA West Nile warning has been issued on Long Island. A record number of mosquitoes are testing positive for the virus, including more than two dozen samples in one week alone in Suffolk County.
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.
Crews To Spray For Mosquitoes In Upper Manhattan, Parts Of QueensThe New York City Health Department will be spraying in Upper Manhattan and Queens this week to eliminate mosquitoes that might carry the West Nile or Zika virus.
West Nile Virus Found In Mosquitoes On Staten IslandThe New York City Health Department is issuing a West Nile warning after they found the virus in mosquitoes on Staten Island.
Allergy Experts Say The Best Mosquito Season Strategy Is PreventionMosquitoes can be miserable, but there are ways that you can protect yourself. The little buggers are most active at dawn and dusk, and will bite if you don't protect yourself.
New York City Reports First Human West Nile Case For YearThe first human case of the West Nile virus for the year in New York City was confirmed Sunday, officials said.
Bellmawr Man Is New Jersey's First Confirmed West Nile Virus CaseThe virus is transferred to humans through mosquitoes that have also fed on birds infected with West Nile.
West Nile Virus Scare Forces Suffolk County To Restrict Camping In 1 ParkThanks to a mosquito testing positive for West Nile virus, for the time being there will be no more overnight camping at a county park on Long Island.
Residents Press City To Take Action Against Queens Beach Pest ExplosionBeach areas in Queens hit hard by Superstorm Sandy and still recovering are dealing with a new issue this summer.