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A mosquito that has contracted West Nile Virus was recently identified in San Clemente, according to the Orange County Mosquito and Vector Control District.

The OCMVCD stated this was the first case of West Nile found in San Clemente this year, but on Aug. 5, officials reported the number of adult mosquitos that tested positive for the disease more than doubled in a week.

To learn more about how to keep safe from the disease and to follow any West Nile Virus activating in the county, visit www.ocvector.org.

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