Officials: West Nile virus found in mosquitoes across Suffolk

Suffolk health officials say mosquitoes from Huntington to Rocky Point have tested positive for West Nile.

Suffolk health officials say mosquitoes from Huntington to Rocky Point have tested positive for West Nile.

Suffolk health officials say mosquitoes from Huntington to Rocky Point have tested positive for West Nile. (9/15/16)

HUNTINGTON - The West Nile virus has been found in more mosquitoes across Suffolk County and officials say at least one horse is infected with the virus. 

Suffolk health officials say mosquitoes from Huntington to Rocky Point have tested positive for West Nile.

Officials also say a horse from Manorville has tested positive for the virus.

County officials say no humans have been infected with West Nile.

No mosquitoes have tested positive for Zika in the area. 

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