West Nile warning issued for 3 Suffolk County parks

Suffolk Health officials are now advising the three parks to suspend nighttime activities.

Suffolk Health officials are now advising the three parks to suspend nighttime activities. (8/12/16)

WOODBURY - Officials in Suffolk County have released a West Nile warning involving three popular parks.

The county says mosquito samples have tested positive for the virus at Blydenburgh County Park in Smithtown, Connetquot State Park in Oakdale, and Girl Scout Day Camp ‘Sobaco’ in Yaphank.

Suffolk health officials are now advising the three parks to suspend nighttime activities. 

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