Vector-borne disease is the cause of death in more than 1 million people every year worldwide. Mosquito and vector control agencies in California have protected public health against vector-borne disease and maintained quality of life by controlling nuisance mosquitoes for over 100 years.
MVCAC > Vectors & Public Health
- Entomologist IV, State of Hawai’i (September 6, 2018)
- Entomologist V, State of Hawai’i (September 6, 2018)
- Full-time Outreach Assistant, West Valley Mosquito & Vector Control District (August 29, 2018)
- RT @CV_mosquito @CV_Mosquito to conduct 2nd aerial mosquito larval control application in Mecca, 9/22, 4-7 a.m. The goal? To reduce… https://t.co/M2TcW00em6
- RT @westvalleymvcd Check out this weeks FUN FACT FRIDAY! Be sure to stay updated with our vector facts every week to help you stay inf… https://t.co/XK36S84hZh
- RT @CAPublicHealth California's #WestNile virus map has been updated. There were 21 new #WNV human cases reported this week. For more… https://t.co/Ah7HBqAZad