The County plans to hand-spray to kill invasive Aedes mosquitoes in the Skyline area of the City of San Diego after mosquitoes were found living near a resident who contracted Zika virus while traveling outside the country.
A San Marcos woman died on September 15 from a probable case of West Nile virus, the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency announced today. Although the woman had underlying medical conditions, initial tests indicate West Nile virus was the probable cause of death, the first this season of a county resident. The […]
Hundreds of people celebrated being drug-free during the County’s annual Recovery Happens event this past weekend. The event, sponsored by the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency and its many prevention and treatment partners, commemorates September as National Recovery Month. Participants were joined by families and friends in celebration of clean and sober living.
Watch how the County’s Vector Control Program monitors, tests and controls mosquitoes and provides education and outreach.
A rabid bat was found alive on the ground on Friday, Sept. 9 at 12:37 p.m. near the entrance doors to the Oasis Deli in Nairobi Village.
The County plans to hand-spray a neighborhood in Grant Hill to kill invasive Aedes mosquitoes, after mosquitoes and larvae were found in an area near a person who became infected with the Zika virus while traveling outside the country. Testing done at the San Diego County Public Health Laboratory confirmed that the person had the […]
A San Diego County resident has been diagnosed with mumps and may have exposed others while attending the Aug. 28 concert at the Casbah in San Diego.