Due to the prevalence of dry of weather conditions in the US, a rise has been witnessed in the West Nile Virus. Warnings have been passed on to people living across the country including Lake County.
The Lake County General Health District said that there has been a rise in the virus positive mosquitoes and the Lake County residents should take all the possible precautions. The district officials informed that till now, they have not received any report about the virus.
In order to make sure that the current pattern continues, the district officials have passed on some important tips. They have recommended that people should immediately dispose of tins after use, as well as old tires, which are no longer in use.
Plastic swimming pools should be disposed of if not being in use. It should be made sure that all the roof gutters are clean and unclogged, as it is one of the breeding sources of the virus mosquitoes. Make sure that you use clean and chlorinated water when visiting outdoor water sources.
If having pets at home then do not forget to change their water daily. “We must remain vigilant in our efforts to take precautions”, said James Devald, who is the head of Niagara County Environmental Health.
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