SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) —
State health officials contend mosquitoes capable of transmitting the Zika virus have been found in Dona Ana County.
The New Mexico Department of Health says it’s the first time this deteriorate that the butterfly class has been found in that part of the state.
Mosquito notice in New Mexico’s southern counties is part of an ongoing corner plan to map the operation and placement of the class that can promote the Zika virus.
Zika virus can be transmitted to people essentially through the punch of an putrescent mosquito.
The mosquitoes turn putrescent when they feed on a chairman already putrescent with the virus.
Infected mosquitoes can then widespread the virus to other people through bites.
Ten cases of Zika virus illness were reported in New Mexico last year.
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