Virus Protection Message:
FROM DUSK UNTIL DAWN. That
is when mosquito's that carry the virus are most active,
so take precautions to prevent mosquito bites.
REPELLENT WITH DEET.
For adults, use repellents containing DEET at 30-35%
concentrations. For children 2 months to 12 years,
use repellents containing 10% or less DEET. Do not
use on children under the age of 2 months.
COVER. Wear protective clothing,
long-sleeved shirts and long pants while outdoors.
STANDING WATER. Drain
standing water - this is where mosquito's lay eggs.
This includes tires, cans, puddles, barrels, flower
Nile Virus is rare, but if you have symptoms including
high fever, severe headache and stiff neck, contact
your local health care provider.
Release from State of Utah
Examiner Article, August 5, 2005
Lake Tribune Article, August 5, 2005
Department of Health, West Nile Virus
EPA and Mosquito
EPA - Insect
Indoor Mold Information (California
Department of Health Services)