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Preventing Diseases Spread By Mosquitoes

Higher temperatures contribute to higher mosquito activity. Watch to learn how you can help prevent the spread of these insects and the diseases they carry.

Posted: Wed Apr 25 11:50:00 PDT 2018
Updated: Wed Apr 25 11:50:01 PDT 2018

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s get to newswatch 12's cassandra mlynarek who is live from central point this morning. she's been speaking with vector control to find out how you can help prevent the spread of disease by me there's no definitive start to mosquito season - experts say you'll begin to see adult mosquitoes once the temperatures heat up - so that's why you'll want to take steps to and a major way to do this is by protecting your pets and livestock. vector control is urging pet and livestock owners to vaccinate their horses and get heart worm medication for their pets. horses in particular have no protection from west nile virus and are a known problem for the spread of mosquitoes from picking up jim lunders says, "as we start their vaccination program now so their horse better to take those protected. [e16]cml vector mosqutio prevention starts [e17]medford construction-5monvo the medford center will soon be seeing some major changes.
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