• January 25, 2022

Tags : el paso west nile

City: Residents need to prepare for Mosquito-Borne Disease Season

The Department of Public Health is urging residents to prevent mosquito breeding and avoid mosquito bites in order to avoid disease. “Vulnerable populations for COVID-19 are some of the same individuals who could be affected greatly by a disease like West Nile Virus,” said Angela Mora, Director of Public Health. “We need to be vigilant […]Read More

New West Nile Virus case reported in El Paso, total

On Wednesday, officials with the City of El Paso Department of Public Health announced they confirmed the area’s 14th cases of West Nile virus. A man in his early 60’s with underlying medical conditions, was confirmed to have contracted the virus but is recovering at home. ”We continue to stress that even though our weather is […]Read More

Two West Nile Virus-associated deaths confirmed

The City of El Paso Department of Public Health (DPH) announced today that two West Nile virus-related deaths have been confirmed in the area. “It has been four years since our City has seen a West Nile-related death and this news is hard to report,” said Robert Resendes, Public Health Director. “We extend our condolences […]Read More

Three West Nile cases confirmed in El Paso

Officials with the City of El Paso Department of Public Health have confirmed three West Nile cases in El Paso. Two females in their late 70’s and one male in his 50’s, all within the 79925 zip code, have been confirmed as West Nile cases. West Nile Virus continues to raise concerns for health officials […]Read More

Two New West Nile Virus Cases Brings Total to 13

Two new confirmed cases of West Nile Virus in two El Paso men brings the total number of cases in El Paso to 13 so far this season. The new cases involve a man in his 70’s who lives in the Mission Valley and a man in his early 60’s who lives on the city’s […]Read More