Questions about Zika Virus? Check out our special public health guide.

With shoe stores trying to sell us winter boots and back-to-school supplies, we almost could forget that it’s still prime mosquito weather. In fact, mosquitoes won’t go away for good until the first freeze, followed by temperatures consistently below 50° F (10° C).

As of July 27, 2016, the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) reports 488 human cases of Zika Vimosquitorus. And while all of these cases have been identified as travel-related, we think it’s smart to stay informed.

Which brings us to our special public health guide, “Current Issues,” spotlighting Zika Virus.

There’s even a link that’ll take you to information for kids. (Thank you, Sesame Street!)

Need more information?

♦ Phone (585) 275-3361.
♦ Use the Ask A Librarian link on our website.
♦ Just stop by! We have lots of different places to sit and chat.
♦ Schedule an appointment using our new
“Meet with a Librarian” online scheduling feature. meet with a librarian

 

 

 

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