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West Nile Found In Visalia Mosquitos

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VISALIA, Calif. (KMPH) -

People living in Visalia are being asked to stay on guard after some mosquitoes in the South Valley city tested positive for West Nile virus.

Officials say mosquitos from a sample in the 1800 block of West Sunnyside tested positive.

If you live out there, these tips will come in handy.

-- If it's dawn or dusk, wear long sleeves and pants.

-- Drain any water that's been around for a while.

-- And if you have a broken screen door, with holes or tears in it, get it fixed.

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