Mosquito-borne illnesses remain a threat until the first frost, officials say

08/22/2011 | Post-Standard (Syracuse, N.Y.), The

West Nile virus and Eastern equine encephalitis concerns will remain high until central New York receives its first heavy frost, typically in mid-October, officials said. "People should assume that West Nile and EEE are here ... for the duration of the season," county Health Commissioner Dr. Cynthia Morrow said after West Nile was discovered in mosquitoes near the New York State Fairgrounds.

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