Hantavirus Detections in San Diego County

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Hantavirus is a rare, and potentially fatal airborne disease that humans catch from infected rodents, particularly Harvest and Deer mice. The infection occurs when airborne virus particles from rodent droppings are inhaled. The virus does not spread from person to person.

Hantavirus positive finds map

2019 Hantavirus Positive Rodents

2019 Activity
 Number of Positive Rodents to Date Date Found Community Area Rodent Species
21 4/16/2019  Fallbrook  Deer Mouse 
20 3/20/2019 Boulevard Deer Mouse
19 3/20/2019 Boulevard Deer Mouse
18 3/20/2019 Boulevard Deer Mouse
17  2/28/2019  Fallbrook  Deer Mouse 
16  2/27/2019  Fallbrook  Deer Mouse 
15  2/27/2019  Fallbrook  Deer Mouse 
14  2/27/2019  Fallbrook  Deer Mouse 
13  2/26/2019  San Diego  California Vole 
12  2/26/2019 San Diego Deer Mouse 
11  2/26/2019 San Diego Western Harvest Mouse 
10  2/26/2019 San Diego Western Harvest Mouse 
2/7/2019  Boulevard  Deer Mouse  
 8  1/24/2019  San Diego    Western Harvest Mouse  
 7  1/24/2019  San Diego  Western Harvest Mouse
 6  1/24/2019  San Diego  Western Harvest Mouse
5 1/15/2019 San Diego Western Harvest Mouse
 4  1/15/2019 San Diego  Western Harvest Mouse
 3  1/10/2019 Potrero  California Mouse
 2  1/10/2019  Bonsall  Western Harvest Mouse
1 1/10/2019  Bonsall  Cactus Mouse

Archived Hantavirus Information

Last Updated: April 22, 2019

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