MIDDLEBOROUGH – As the warmer weather sets in, Town Manager Robert Nunes wishes to remind Middleborough residents of important safety tips to avoid mosquito and tick bites.
MIDDLEBOROUGH — Town Manager Robert Nunes reports that the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) has elevated the Town’s risk for Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) to “critical” after a male under the age of 18 tested positive for the virus.
ANDOVER — Town Manager Andrew P. Flanagan and Director of Public Health Thomas Carbone would like to provide residents with safety tips to prevent the transmission of the Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) virus during the warmest summer months.
MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail and the Marion Board of Health would like to provide information and precautionary measures regarding mosquitoes as Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) season approaches.
King Philip Regional School District Announces Restrictions on Outdoor Activities Due to Aerial Mosquito Spraying
NORFOLK — Superintendent Paul Zinni reports that King Philip Regional School District is cancelling all outdoor activities after 6:30 p.m. due to mosquito spraying.
Town Administrator Kevin Sweet would like to notify residents that state officials announced yesterday that aerial mosquito spraying will be done in Wrentham and other Norfolk County communities over the next week.
WEST NEWBURY — West Newbury Fire Chief Michael Dwyer, West Newbury Health Agent Paul Sevigny, Newbury Police Chief and Emergency Management Director Michael Reilly and Groveland Finance and Personnel Director Denise Dembkoski report that the Towns of Groveland, Newbury and West Newbury have been informed by the Northeast Massachusetts Mosquito Control and Wetlands Management District that portions of each community will undergo truck-based mosquito spraying tonight.
Pentucket Regional School District Announces Outdoor Activity Restrictions Due to Postive EEE Tests in Mosquitoes
WEST NEWBURY — Superintendent Justin Bartholomew reports that Pentucket Regional School District is instating outdoor activity restrictions in response to positive testing for EEE in West Newbury.
WEST NEWBURY — West Newbury Fire Chief Michael Dwyer, West Newbury Health Agent Paul Sevigny, Newbury Police Chief and Emergency Management Director Michael Reilly and Groveland Finance and Personnel Director Denise Dembkoski seek to provide residents with information and safety reminders after mosquitoes in West Newbury tested positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE).
Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director Christopher LeClaire would like to offer safety tips regarding avoiding mosquito bites after multiple towns in Essex County have confirmed that the Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) virus was found in mosquito samples.