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Spraying for West Nile virus planned Thursday for some parts of Mountain View, Los Altos Hills and Sunnyvale

Original post made on Sep 21, 2022

Crews will be spraying insecticide later this week in areas of Mountain View, Los Altos Hills and Sunnyvale where West Nile virus-positive mosquitoes have been found, the Santa Clara County Vector Control District said Tuesday.


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Posted by Rossta
a resident of Waverly Park
on Sep 21, 2022 at 7:27 pm

Rossta is a registered user.

It would be more than just nice to report on what insecticide they are spraying so individuals can make their own determination whether or not it is safe for them, their families and their pets. Malathion was sprayed copiously in the 80s because it was "safe" at the time, but since then it seems to have become considerably less safe. Seems manufacturers start out with the statement things are safe, until using it proves otherwise. We're all test subjects.


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