Thankfully, the city has found nomosquitoescarrying Zika, however, as of August 11, they’ve found141 mosquito traps with the West Nile virus. If this makes you worry about every itchy bite you’ve gotten, this handy (albeit stomach-turning) map series may ease some anxiety. The Department of Health has createdtheProtecting NYC From Mosquitoesmapsthat show where and how many pests have been trapped on average each week, and what species they are, as well as the locations of catch basins, backpack larvaciding, helicopter and truck spraying, and standing water violations.
Map shows where there’s potential for West Nile in NYC
The map from the Department of Health also shows where the city plans to spray for mosquitoes.