The possibility of contracting West Nile Encephalitis remains alive and well at the Jersey shore, after several dead birds and mosquitoes tested positive last year. Ocean County Health Department Spokeswoman Leslie Terjesen said there were no reported human contractions last year.
Mosquito trackers are concerned about the Garden State's pest population getting out of hand this spring and summer. Recent rains, according to those engaged in mosquito control, are not helping anyone except the bugs.
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State officials are voicing concern that all of the debris left in the wake of Superstorm Sandy more than 6 months ago could provide additional breeding grounds for mosquitoes that carry the West Nile Virus.
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