Protect Your Family from Potential Deadly Mosquito Virus

by Sep 25, 2019


Mosquitoes have tested positive for the Triple E virus in serveral Connecticut towns.

As reported by our local news affliates, Connecticut Department of Health officials are urging residents to protect themselves from mosquito bites after insects trapped in seven communities tested positive for the Eastern Equine Encephalitis virus.

Mosquitoes carrying the virus were found in towns including Chester, Haddam, Hampton, Killingworth, North Stonington, Stonington, and Voluntown.

There have been no human cases of the virus reported in Connecticut since 2013.

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