17 August, 2017
About half of the people who contract the virus don't show any symptoms, as is the case for Sheriff Pelle.
A 44-year-old man from Clermont County is recovering from the West Nile virus infection and did not require hospitalization, health officials said.
Juan Rodriguez, the chief epidemiologist at the Denton County Health Department, reminded residents Wednesday that it was important to minimize their exposure to mosquitoes.
Mosquito traps set August 2 west of Highway 88 and north of Centerville Lane also tested positive of the West Nile Virus.
There have been no human cases in DeKalb County this year, but the department is urging residents to take preventative measures.
Most people infected with the virus do not become seriously ill, but some experience flu-like symptoms and about 1 percent of them can develop serious neurologic illness. WNV is a viral disease affecting the central nervous system that can be transmitted to humans by mosquitoes.
West Nile Virus has been detected in some local communities.
Israeli minister asks for closure of Al Jazeera's offices in Jerusalem
He has frequently criticised the news media, accusing outlets of seeking to undermine his government. Al Jazeera has fiercely defended its reputation and says it is independent.
World leaders arriving in Tehran for President Rouhani's inauguration
Mogherini has vowed to continue building ties with Iran despite pressure from the United States to keep Tehran isolated. The move by Trump is likely to embolden his hardline critics, who say the nuclear deal was a form of capitulation.
Massive fire breaks out at Dubai Torch Tower, no injuries
By 3.30am Dubai's Civil Defense said the blaze had been brought under control and that no injuries had been reported. Meanwhile, the officials have cordoned off the area near the building to ascertain the security of the people.
Onondaga County says that eight mosquito pools from samples collected last week have tested positive for West Nile Virus.
People are most at risk for getting bitten by mosquitoes at dawn and dusk when the blood-sucking creatures are most active.
Use mosquito repellents containing DEET, picaridin, or oil of lemon eucalyptus when outdoors.
Mosquitoes breed in standing water, so regularly tipping out wading pools, buckets, bird baths and outdoor pet bowls is one way to keep them at bay.
Check your window and door screens to make sure there are no holes to allow mosquitoes in your home.
Wear long trousers, a long-sleeved shirt, shoes and socks when outdoors between dusk and dawn, when mosquitoes are most active.