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.
Mosquitoes are never fun, but this year they might be an even bigger nuisance due to the warm temperatures and the arrival or the Asian tiger mosquitoes. Check out this video to find out what you can do to combat this problem.
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