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Frisco to Spray August 5-6, as Mosquito Pool Tests Positive for

Frisco to Spray August 5-6, as Mosquito Pool Tests Positive for

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Frisco to Spray August 5-6, as Mosquito Pool Tests Positive for West Nile Virus
 
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The City of Frisco received confirmation that one mosquito pool tested ’positive’ this week for West Nile Virus (WNV). The location is near Copper Point Ln. in the Village Lakes neighborhood.
 
In response, the city’s third-party contractor will ground spray overnight, August 5-6, starting at 9 o’clock tonight through 5 a.m. Saturday morning. The overnight schedule is the same on Saturday, August 6, ending 5 a.m. Sunday morning. Weather permitting, spraying will take place in these neighborhoods: Village Lakes, Crosspointe Park, Park Place Estates, Pearson Farms, Heritage Village and Westfalls Village.
 
This makes eleven positive mosquito pools in Frisco this season. Check out our GIS Mosquito Dashboard to see the locations of positive pools for this year as well as those in 2021. No human cases of WNV are confirmed in Frisco this year.
 
Frisco residents are urged to ‘Wear, Apply and Remove’ as a precaution against mosquito bites. The precautionary steps are promoted by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) and outlined below:
 
- WEAR: Wear long sleeves, pants outside at dawn and dusk when mosquitoes are most active.

- APPLY: Use insect repellents every time you go outside. Approved repellents contain DEET, picaridin or oil of lemon eucalyptus.

- REMOVE: Drain standing water that collects in bird baths, French drains, clogged gutters, saucers under potted plants and ‘splash blocks’ (at end of gutter down spout). The mosquitoes that carry WNV can breed in stagnant water.
 
In accordance with its Mosquito Surveillance and Response Plan, Frisco began testing mosquito pools on May 1. For more information on the city’s plan, visit friscotexas.gov/mosq uitoes or contact the City of Frisco’s Health & Food Safety Division at 972-292-5304.
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