Vector-Borne Disease

Preventing the Bite Day and Night in Harris County

The third most populous county in the United States, Harris County (TX) works day and night to protect its 4.7 million residents from vector-borne disease by integrating surveillance, control, education, research, and technology. Harris County…

National Mosquito Control Awareness Week: Protect Yourself and Your Community

By Elisabeth Martinez, Intern, and Chelsea Gridley-Smith, Senior Program Analyst, NACCHO With the arrival of summer and Fourth of July festivities just around the corner, many people are spending more time outside. The rising temperatures invite…

New Fact Sheet: Zika Resources for Local Health Departments

NACCHO is pleased to release a reference document: Zika Resources for Local Health Departments. In 2017, NACCHO conducted a literature and desk review assessment to explore local health department (LHD) preparedness and response capabilities specific…

Webinar Recording – Mosquito Surveillance: Trapping and Biology

On June 7, 2018, NACCHO hosted a webinar with Florida’s Lee County Mosquito Control District based on one of the most popular technical training sessions from this year’s Vector Control Summit. Rachel Morreale and Milton Sterling…