Mosquitoes are thriving with all the rain in Georgia this summer, and that heightens attention on the West Nile virus.
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Standing water is a haven for mosquitoes, according to UGA Extension entomologist Elmer Gray.
“I was out looking around, and there are mosquito larvae everywhere,” Gray said.
Eight Georgians have been diagnosed with West Nile so far this year according to the Georgia Department of Public Health.