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West Nile Virus Monterey County 08/21/17 S.F.

FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 2013, WEST NILE VIRUS HAS BEEN DETECTED IN A BIRD IN MONTEREY COUNTY.      THE VIRUS HAS BEEN PRESENT IN MONTEREY COUNTY SINCE 2004, AND CAN BE FOUND AND MULTIPLIED IN BIRDS, AND WHEN THE VIRUS IS DETECTED IN BIRDS, MOSQUITOES ARE MORE LIKELY TO BE CARRYING THE VIRUS.         KEN KLEMME, BIOLOGIST AND MANAGER OF NORTHERN SALINAS VALLEY MOSQUITO ABATEMENT DISTRICT, IS FOCUSING ON EARLY PREVENTION.

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