West Nile virus detected in mosquitoes in Vale

A standing water source is checked for signs of mosquito breeding in a 2020 survey by Malheur County vector control workers. (The Enterprise/file photo)

VALE – State health officials issued a warning to Malheur County residents Friday to guard against mosquitoes, after a testing site in Vale turned up insects infected with West Nile virus.

The mosquitoes are the first in Oregon this season to be . . .

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