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Help Fight The Bite!




Eliminate all standing water sources around your home such as buckets, pots, and tires

Put mosquito fish in decorative ponds and fountains



Repair screens to keep mosquitoes out

Avoid going outdoors at dawn and dusk

Wear long sleeves & pants when outdoors

Use mosquito repellents containing:

....* DEET

....* Picaridin ......

....* Oil of Lemon Eucalyptus

....* IR3535 (Chemical Name:3-[N-Butyl-N-acetyl]-aminopropionic acid, ethyl ester)



Report the following to the Vector Control Program:

* Crows, ravens, jays, haks, owls and falcons that have died within the last 24 hours

* Standing water in your neigborhood



For more information please call:

County of San Diego

Vector Control Program



CONTACT INFO: TEL. 619-427-4111 EMAIL:

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