The Department of Public Health has elevated the City’s risk for Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) from "" to "high".

 

DRESS

Dress in long sleeves and pants. This will help protect your skin from mosquito bites. Don’t forget the socks!

DRAIN

Drain or dump standing water. The most common mosquito breeding grounds are water in flowerpots, gutters, pet bowls, inflatable pools, and birdbaths. Keep pools clean and chlorinated.

DEFEND

Choose a mosquito repellent that has registered by the Environmental Protection Agency. Registered products have been reviewed, approved and pose minimal risk for human safety when used according to label directions. Repair holes in screens.

AVOID

Avoid or adjust outdoor activities from dust ‘til dawn, around standing water, or in other mosquito friendly environments!

 

Lawrence City Mosquito Notice Education Public Announcement

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