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Aug. 27th, 2018 Strategic Planning Committee Meeting

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Post-Treatment Disease Surveillance Finds No West Nile Virus in Mosquitoes Trapped in East Palo Alto

The District laboratory has found no further sign of West Nile virus in mosquitoes trapped in areas of East Palo Alto after this week’s adult mosquito control treatment.

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Adult Mosquito Control Treatment Scheduled for the Night of Sunday, August 12th in Areas of East Palo Alto
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Burlingame, CA – 9 August 2018

On August 9th San Mateo County Mosquito and Vector Control District (SMCMVCD) detected West Nile Virus (WNV) in adult mosquitoes collected from East Palo Alto. These mosquitoes were collected by the District laboratory staff during disease surveillance.

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August 2018 District Newsletter

New from the District in August: Local Wildlife, Friendly Spiders, and More.

Click here to read the August 2018 District Newsletter.

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July 2018 CO2 Trapping Report
Average adult mosquitoes collected per trap per night

These tables and graphs show the average number of mosquitoes collected per CO2 trap per night during the month of July compared to the five-year average for the six most common mosquito species in San Mateo County.

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Spiders: Not So Creepy After All

Unlike mosquitoes, which feed on humans and seek them out, spiders have no interest in biting you, and will only do so if they are being crushed or otherwise threatened. Small spiders are unable to break the skin, but even the bites of larger spiders are largely harmless. In fact, most ’spider bites’ turn out to be something other than a bite - such as a serious bacterial infection or even skin cancer!

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Where the Wild Things Shouldn’t Be
Living With Your Wild Neighbors

We’ve heard from a few residents lately that are sick and tired of their neighbors’ wild partying. They’re reporting garbage strewn across the lawn, noise at all hours of the night, and even uninvited visitors making themselves at home in the attic! Yes, we’re talking about those neighbors: the animals that live in our neighborhoods.

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Invasive Aedes Mosquitoes

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