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West Nile Virus

    Another Rabid Bat Is Found In Santa Clarita, Bringing County Total To 15

    The 15th rabid bat from Los Angeles County turned up in late July, in Santa Clarita.

    First Rabid Bat Of The Season Reported In Agua Dulce

    Rabies season 2014 started in February, with a bat found dead in an Agua Dulce swimming pool. Last year saw an abnormally high number of bats in Los Angeles County and a large percentage of them in the Santa Clarita Valley.

    Two More West Nile Virus Samples Found In Santa Clarita Valley

    Six West Nile virus samples have been found in Santa Clarita Valley this summer, the most recent being a dead bird and a “positive” mosquito.

    Greater Los Angeles Communities Endemic to West Nile Virus

    County officials began a door-to-door campaign Wednesday seeking to raise awareness about the dangers of the High West Nile Virus

    4 Birds In Los Angeles County Diagnosed With West Nile, 2 In Valencia

    Four birds identified in the Los Angeles County have been diagnosed with the West Nile virus. Two of those birds were found in Valencia.

    First Death Of West Nile Virus Has Been Confirmed In South Bay Area

    The first human death this year of the West Nile virus (WNV) infection in Los Angeles County has been confirmed by the Los Angeles County Health Officer.

    The West Nile Virus Has Been Found In A Mosquito In The SCV

    The Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District has confirmed more West Nile virus (WNV) positive test results in 25 mosquito samples and three dead birds collected throughout its jurisdiction, including Santa Clarita.

    West Nile Virus Is Easily Prevented, Doctor Says

    The West Nile virus has been alive in Los Angeles County for more than a decade and emerges as the summer heats up. One Santa Clarita doctor wants to inform residents how they can steer clear of contracting the disease.