Mosquito & Vector News

Record Rainfalls and Warm Temperatures Could Mean an Explosion of Mosquitoes

National Mosquito Control Awareness Week is a Reminder to Californians to Protect Themselves  SACRAMENTO, June 22, 2017 – While California’s wettest winter in 122 years ended the state’s historic drought, the surge in rainfall could contribute to another threat: an active mosquito season with the potential for increased mosquito-borne virus transmission to people. Heavy rains…

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Updated CDC map shows 21% increase in US counties reporting mosquito that transmits Zika

Last year, with the Western Hemisphere in the grip of a surprising Zika virus epidemic, CDC researchers used a survey to compile a list of U.S. counties where the mosquito at the heart of the epidemic, Aedes aegypti, had been documented over the past 21 years. They also documented counties that reported finding another mosquito,…

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California’s wet winter could lead to an early mosquito season and increased virus transmission

Mosquito Awareness Week educates California residents on preventing mosquito-borne viruses SACRAMENTO, APRIL 13, 2017 – As California’s extremely wet winter comes to a close, mosquito experts throughout the state are ramping up for what will most likely be an early and active mosquito season. While the heavy rains were good for the state’s historic drought,…

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Association Updates

News Briefs 06.16.17

Fiscal Status Report Submission for 2017-18 Dues; District Trustee Information Form; Trustee Council needs nominees!; MVCAC Summer Meeting; MVCAC Fall Meeting; 2017 IPM Achievement Awards-Call for Nominations; Possible District Funding Opportunities from OES for Flooding Impacts; NPDES Updates; MVCAC News Briefs – Zika Updates; MVCAC News Briefs – Other Outbreaks Click here to view

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News Briefs 06.09.17

Fiscal Status Report Submission for 2017-18 Dues; District Trustee Information Form; Trustee Council needs nominees!; MVCAC Summer Meeting; MVCAC Fall Meeting; Memorial for Robert “Bob” Schoeppner; First 2017 Detection of West Nile Virus in Merced County.; 2017 IPM Achievement Awards-Call for Nominations; Possible District Funding Opportunities from OES for Flooding Impacts; NPDES Updates; MVCAC News Briefs – Zika Updates; MVCAC News Briefs – Other Outbreaks Click…

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News Briefs 06.02.17

Fiscal Status Report Submission for 2017-18 Dues; May 2017 Meeting Minutes Available Now; District Trustee Information Form; Trustee Council needs nominees!; MVCAC Summer Meeting; MVCAC Fall Meeting; 2017 IPM Achievement Awards-Call for Nominations; Possible District Funding Opportunities from OES for Flooding Impacts; NPDES Updates; MVCAC News Briefs – Zika Updates; MVCAC News Briefs – Other Outbreaks Click here to view

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