A femal Aedes aegypti mosquito capable of spreading a number of infectious diseases, including Zika, dengue, chikungunya and yellow fever. Public officials announced plans to resume spraying for mosquitoes in parts of Broward and Palm Beach counties this week, but Miami-Dade will not spray at all until all residents have power restored, said Gayle Love, a spokeswoman.
A femal Aedes aegypti mosquito capable of spreading a number of infectious diseases, including Zika, dengue, chikungunya and yellow fever. Public officials announced plans to resume spraying for mosquitoes in parts of Broward and Palm Beach counties this week, but Miami-Dade will not spray at all until all residents have power restored, said Gayle Love, a spokeswoman. Tyler Jones UF/IFAS
A femal Aedes aegypti mosquito capable of spreading a number of infectious diseases, including Zika, dengue, chikungunya and yellow fever. Public officials announced plans to resume spraying for mosquitoes in parts of Broward and Palm Beach counties this week, but Miami-Dade will not spray at all until all residents have power restored, said Gayle Love, a spokeswoman. Tyler Jones UF/IFAS

Mosquito spraying scheduled for cities in Broward and Palm Beach but not Miami-Dade

September 18, 2017 04:13 PM

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