|8/30/2019||Ticks Test Positive for Tularemia, County Urges Hikers to Protect Themselves and Pets|
|8/16/2019||It’s Crazy Spider Dance Time; Orb Weaver Season is Back!|
|8/2/2019||Deer Mouse In Warner Springs Tests Positive for Hantavirus|
|5/23/2019||Mouse Tests Positive for Hantavirus|
|4/16/2019||Supervisor Cox, Health Officials Kick Off Mosquito, West Nile Virus Prevention Season|
|4/5/2019||Ticks Test Positive for Tularemia, First Detection in County This Year|
|4/3/2019||They’re Back! Spring is Crane Fly Season in San Diego County|
|3/26/2019||Three Deer Mice Test Positive for Hantavirus|
|3/15/2019||Hawk Tests Positive for West Nile Virus, Protect Against Mosquitoes|
|1/18/2019||Mice Test Positive for Hantavirus, First Local Detection in 2019|
|12/28/2018||It's Not Just the Holiday Season, It's Tick Season|
|10/30/2018||Trick or Treaters Beware, Mosquitoes Vant to Suck Your Blood!|
|10/19/2018||First Human West Nile Virus Case of 2018 Reported in County|
|8/06/2018||County to Conduct Two Mosquito Larvicide Drops This Week|
|8/01/2018||10 Bugs that Could Bite or Sting You This Summer|
|7/18/2018||Infected Mosquitoes First West Nile Sign of Summer|
|6/05/2018||County to Conduct Mosquito Larvicide Drop Wednesday|
|6/01/2018||Invasive “Aussie Mozzie” Found in San Diego County|
|5/04/2018||County Set to conduct First Larvicide Drop of 2018 Mosquito Season|
|4/30/2018||Tips to Prevent Mosquito Breeding in Your Backyard|
|4/07/2018||County Seeks Public’s Help in Mosquito Prevention Kickoff|
|3/15/2018||The Rain is Here; Have You Mosquito-Proofed Your Rain Barrel?|
|2/27/2018||More Wild Mice Test Positive for Hantavirus|
|2/23/2018||More Ticks Test Positive for Tularemia|
|2/13/2018||Ticks Test Positive for Tularemia|
|1/19/2018||Deer Mouse Tests Positive for Hantavirus|
|10/06/2017||First West Nile Virus Case of 2017 Prompts Mosquito Warning|
|9/15/2017||Squirrel Tests Positive for Plague Near Palomar Mountain|
|9/07/2017||County Opens Zika Outreach Campaign|
|8/16/2017||Zika Still a Threat in San Diego County|
|7/31/2017||8 Tips to Prevent Zika When Traveling|
|7/18/2017||County to Conduct Fifth Mosquito Larvicide Drop Wednesday|
|5/01/2017||The Man to Bug About Bugs|
|4/18/2017||Mosquito Season is Back; County Conducts First Larvicide Drop of 2017|
|4/17/2017||Bat Found Inside Safari Park Tests Positive for Rabies|
|4/14/2017||County: Mosquito Fight is West Nile Virus, Zika Fight|
|3/29/2017||Giant Mosquito? Mosquito-Eater? Nope, It's a Crane Fly!|
|3/28/2017||First Local Zika-related Birth Defect Reinforces Travel Advisory|
|3/10/2017||County Urges Public to Find, Dump Out Standing Water Around Homes|
|3/06/2017||6 Tips to Keep Ticks Off|
|2/24/2017||Have You Mosquito-proofed Your Rain Barrel?|
|2/08/2017||Hawk Tests Positive for West Nile Virus; Protect Against Mosquitoes|
|1/19/2017||Deer Mice Test Positive for Hantavirus|
|11/21/2016||County to Hand-spray Nestor Neighborhood in Travel-related Zika Case|
|11/15/2016||County to Hand-spray Spring Valley Neighborhood in Travel-related Zika Case|
|11/8/2016||County to Hand-spray Escondido Neighborhood in Travel-related Zika Case|
|10/25/2016||County to Hand-Spray Chula Vista Neighborhood in Travel-related Zika Case|
|10/13/2016||Know Your Mosquitoes? Read the Tale of the Tape!|
|9/29/2016||County to Hand-spray for Mosquitoes in Lemon Grove Neighborhood|
|9/19/2016||Probable Human West Nile Virus Death Reported|
|9/15/2016||County on Front Lines to Stop Zika Spread|
|9/13/2016||County Drops Larvicide to Fight West Nile Virus|
|9/10/2016||County to Spray Grant Hill Neighborhood for Mosquitoes in Travel-related Zika Case|
|9/7/2016||County to Spray for Mosquitoes in Adams North Neighborhood in New Travel-related Zika Case|
|9/1/2016||County Cranks Volume on Mosquito-borne Illness Prevention Call|
|8/18/2016||County to Spary to Prevent Mosquito-borne Illness|
|8/3/2016||First 2016 Human West Nile Virus Case Reported in County|
|7/26/2016||5 Tips to Keep Rats Out of Your Home|
|7/12/2016||County Conducts Mosquito Larvicide Drop|
|7/07/2016||Batches of Mosquitoes Testing Positive for West Nile virus|
|6/27/2016||Mosquitofish, the Mosquito's Worst Nightmare|
|5/16/2016||Mosquito Control Spraying Set For Areas of North Torrey Pines, South Del Mar|
|3/04/2016||Make Sure Your Rain Barrel is Mosquito-proof!|
|2/10/2016||Two Mice Test Positive for Hantavirus|
|1/29/2016||Zika Virus and San Diego County; What You Should Know|
The number of people in San Diego County who have tested positive for West Nile virus — confirmed and probable cases — this year has increased to 30 including five deaths, County officials said Wednesday.
State testing has corroborated local findings that two more San Diego County residents have died from West Nile virus, bringing the total number of county residents killed by the virus this year to four.
Five more San Diego County residents have been confirmed to have been infected with West Nile virus, bringing the total number of people who have contracted the mosquito-driven disease this year to 11.
The Asian tiger mosquito has been found here for the first time since 2001, and the County's Vector Control Program is trying to determine if the pest is here to stay. If you experience an indoor mosquito infestation, call the Vector Control Hotline at (858) 694-2888.
Two more San Diego County residents have been confirmed as positive for West Nile virus, bringing the total number of people confirmed as contracting the mosquito-driven disease this year to five. That figure includes one fatality previously reported as a suspected case, a 79-year-old San Diego woman who died Sept. 8.
The death of a 79-year-old San Diego woman on Sept. 8 and the recent hospitalization of an 80-year-old Santee woman are under investigation as probable West Nile virus cases, the County Health and Human Services Agency announced today. The 80-year-old woman is currently recovering.
San Diego County’s environmental health department will conduct its sixth aerial drop of larvicide of the year on wetlands around the county Wednesday to help keep mosquito populations down and West Nile virus at bay.
Seeing summer rain in San Diego County is more than a shock — it’s also a good time to remind people to protect themselves against West Nile virus by making sure to mosquito-proof or dump out standing water around their homes.
Fifty dead birds infected with West Nile virus have been collected in San Diego County midway through 2015 — more than the 41 collected in all of 2014 — County Department of Environmental Health officials said this week.
San Diego County vector control inspectors have collected three new batches of mosquitoes infected with West Nile virus, in another sign that this year could be a tough one regarding the potentially fatal disease.
The number of dead birds testing positive for West Nile virus in San Diego County has spiked, prompting County environmental health officials to remind people to protect themselves from mosquitoes that can transmit the disease to humans.
A dead American crow found in Lemon Grove has tested positive for West Nile virus, the fifth dead bird that has tested positive for the disease this year, San Diego County Department of Environmental Health (DEH) officials said Tuesday.
For the second time in a week, County environmental health officials have found evidence of the Aedes aegypti mosquito, an aggressive, day-feeding invasive mosquito that has the potential to carry serious diseases.
County of San Diego environmental health officials have confirmed the discovery of another Aedes aegypti mosquito, a day-feeding invader that can carry serious diseases and was found here for the first time last year.
County environmental health officials are reminding people to be careful whenever they find signs of rodents living in homes, sheds and garages after two western harvest mice tested positive for the potentially deadly hantavirus.
San Diego County environmental health officials have found four more dead birds that tested positive for West Nile virus — and are reminding people they should continue to protect themselves from mosquitoes in a year when even winter isn’t slowing down the disease.
County vector control officials are setting traps and again urging people to empty standing water inside and outside their homes to keep mosquitoes from breeding after finding two more invasive mosquitoes this week.
A North American deer mouse trapped in routine monitoring in a rural part of Fallbrook has tested positive for hantavirus, and County officials are reminding people to be careful if they ever have to clean up mice or rodent nests.
A La Mesa man was recently hospitalized with West Nile virus and an El Cajon woman, who was treated as an outpatient, is listed as probably having the virus, the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) reported today.
HAWK TESTS POSITIVE
FOR WEST NILE VIRUS
MOUSE TESTS POSITIVE
TWO SQUIRRELS TEST
POSITIVE FOR PLAGUE
FIRST LOCAL HUMAN
CASE OF WEST NILE VIRUS IN 2014 REPORTED
CAT TESTS POSITIVE
COUNTY OFFERS STEPS
TO KEEP PESTS AT BAY IN FIRE AREAS
COUNTY URGES PUBLIC
TO PROTECT AGAINST TICKS AFTER TULAREMIA FIND
TWO MICE TEST
POSITIVE FOR HANTAVIRUS
YOURSELF FROM RODENTS, HANTAVIRUS
BIRDS SHOW WEST NILE VIRUS SEASON NOT OVER
HIKERS: KEEP PLAGUE AWAY, STEER CLEAR OF SQUIRRELS
PROTECT, PREVENT, REPORT: DEAD CROW
PROMPTS WEST NILE VIRUS REMINDER