Portions of four Columbus neighborhoods will be sprayed with pesticides tonight to stop the spread of disease-carrying mosquitoes.
Columbus Public Health officials say two pools of mosquitoes on the South Side have tested positive for West Nile virus for the first time this season.
Columbus Public Health officials are increasing the number of mosquito traps around the city this year, as part of an effort to prevent the spread of diseases like West Nile Virus.
Franklin County has its first case of West Nile Virus.
State Health officials say a Cleveland area woman has been hospitalized with Ohio's first case of the West Nile virus this year.
Columbus Public Health crews will begin spraying tonight in portions of south Columbus and Worthington, where traps turned up high numbers of mosquitos and some carrying the West Nile virus.
Franklin County Public Health workers will be spraying multiple Dublin neighborhoods tonight to fight the West Nile Virus.
Columbus Public Health officials say mosquitoes carrying the West Nile virus have been found on the South side, and two areas will be sprayed on Thursday morning.
Franklin County Public Health officials will spray for mosquitoes tonight after the bugs in a test pool in Hamilton Township tested positive for West Nile virus.
Columbus Public Health officials are spraying for mosquitoes today and Wednesday.
The Ohio Department of Health is dropping its program that tests mosquitoes for West Nile Virus, due to budget cuts.
State officials have reported Ohio's first human death from West Nile virus.
The Centers for Disease Control says the West Nile outbreak is one of the largest in the U.S, creating four times the usual number of cases for this time of year.
A 25-year-old woman is recovering from Franklin County's first case of West Nile Virus.
West Nile Virus is active in Yellow Springs, and two people have been infected in Miami and Clark counties.