Keep Invasive Aedes Mosquitoes Out of San Mateo County

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Keeping Invasive Aedes Out of San Mateo County

Although the risk of Zika virus in our county is extremely low at this time, it is still important to avoid introduction of invasive mosquitoes to our county and to limit their spread where they have been introduced. Keeping invasive Aedes mosquitoes out of our county reduces not only the risk of Zika virus, but of other diseases transmitted by invasive Aedes mosquitoes, like dengue, chikungunya, and yellow fever.

You can help keep our communities free of invasive Aedes mosquitoes by following a few simple guidelines: 

Fighting Invasive Aedes aegypti in San Mateo County
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Fighting Invasive Aedes aegypti in San Mateo County

Help fight invasive Aedes aegypti mosquitoes in San Mateo County. Dump and drain all standing water, and report daytime mosquito bites online or by calling (650) 344-8592.

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