The 2nd Confirmed Case of West Nile Virus Makes Massachusetts Mosquito Control All the More Important

As we mentioned in a previous article, West Nile virus is most prominent in Massachusetts from June through September. It was also noted that it’s almost a given that we’ll see confirmed cases beginning to spring up at the end of August and during September. Now, with the 2nd confirmed case of West Nile virus in Massachusetts, mosquito control may be necessary longer into the fall than previously expected.

West Nile virus is highly discriminatory. It’s most impactful upon the extremely young and the elderly. In fact, the majority of the median age range may be infected and not even exhibit any symptoms. However, the young and the elderly can be so gravely impacted they’ll require hospitalization. While it may appear we’re approaching the end of the mosquito season, State Public Health Veterinarian Catherine Brown stated in an Associated Press article, “the West Nile season is still in its peak time and surveillance still indicates the presence of infected mosquitoes”.

When it comes to mosquito control in Hingham, Cohassett, Milton or Weymouth, MA, it’s important to rely upon a professional mosquito control company. Mosquito Squad’s proprietary barrier treatment can eliminate mosquitoes on contact and our time-released formula creates a barrier on your property that continues to work for up to to 3 weeks. We can remove up to 90% of the mosquito population within your yard and offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. To keep your yard from becoming a West Nile sanctuary, it’s wise to be proactive through eliminating existing mosquitoes and keeping others out.

To find out how Mosquito Squad of Boston Metro South can bring unparallelled mosquito control to your yard, call us today at (781) 471-5793or fill out the form below. We look forward to hearing from you soon!

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