New Jersey Confirms Its Earliest Ever West Nile Virus CaseWest Nile virus is spread by mosquitoes that have fed on an infected bird.
Atlantic County Confirms First Case Of West Nile VirusPeople contract the virus through infected mosquitoes.
New Castle County Man Dies From West Nile VirusThe 73-year-old man had been hospitalized since last month.
New Castle County Man Dies From West Nile VirusA 73-year-old man from New Castle County, Delaware has died from the West Nile Virus.
Second Case Of West Nile Virus Confirmed In Camden CountyPublic health officials in South Jersey have confirmed a second case of West Nile Virus this year.
Montgomery County, Pa. Records First Cases Of West Nile Virus For 2018In Pennsylvania, WNV is the most commonly reported locally-acquired arbovirus and is most commonly seen during the months of July through September. Risk continues until the first hard frost.
Health Officials: 3 People Test Positive For West Nile Confirmed In NJHealth officials say that three people were hospitalized for the virus, but have since been released.
Camden County's First Case Of West Nile Virus For 2015 ConfirmedOfficials say a 60-year-old Bellmawr resident has been confirmed as Camden County’s first case of West Nile Virus this year.
Pennsylvania's First Case Of West Nile Virus For 2015 ConfirmedThe first case of West Nile Virus in Pennsylvania for 2015 has been detected.
New Jersey Community Using Fish To Curb Mosquito Problem150,000 tiny mosquito eating fish are being released into retention basins at 18 Gloucester County locations this week.
Mosquito Tests Positive For West Nile Virus In Chester CountyThe positive test was in the Phoenixville area, part of a regular surveillance program that’s been in place for years, where traps are set to collect mosquitoes to scan for West Nile Virus. Richard Johnson with the Chester County Health Department says the positive test is not reason for alarm, but is reason for further testing.