The risk of the potentially deadly West Nile virus is high in the Elk Grove and Wilton areas, according to the Sacramento-Yolo Mosquito & Vector Control District.
“Residents need to be aware and do everything they can to ensure they are not being bitten by mosquitoes, because anyone can become infected,” district manager Dennis Brown said in a news release. “Though no local human West Nile cases have been reported in our area, in recent days 10 human cases have been registered throughout the state, mainly in the Central Valley.”
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