As the summer temperatures continue trending warmer and more humid, mosquitoes which are known to carry the West Nile Virus are sampling in a flurry of small activity in parts of Monmouth County so officials are taking action.
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.
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