Saskatchewan Health Warns About West Nile Virus

The Saskatchewan Ministry of Health is advising people to prepare for mosquitoes, and more importantly West Nile Virus.
The peak season for West Nile cases is between June and September, but so far in 2019, there have been no confirmed cases.
Deputy Chief Medical Health Officer Dr. Denise Werker says there is a certain type of mosquito that lives in Saskatchewan that’s known to carry West Nile.
According to the latest Ministry of Health West Nile surveillance report, there is still a minimal risk of getting the virus across the province.

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