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Pelham Bay »

Larvicide will be dropped in all outer boroughs and pesticides will be sprayed in Queens. 

Fort Greene »

There are a lot of repellents making unfounded claims, so it's best to do your research before buying.

Mott Haven »

The Health Department will deploy the spray to kill potential Zika-carrying mosquitos Monday night. 

Midtown »

The treatment will prevent disease-carrying mosquitos from breeding in standing water, officials said. 

New York City »

The Health Department will spray larvicide in areas of The Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island.

Flushing »

The Health Department will drop the mosquito-killing larvicide in the outer boroughs starting Thursday.

South Beach »

The agency will treat marsh areas in the outer boroughs to reduce the risk of West Nile or Zika viruses.

Kips Bay »

There will be more mosquito traps and testing as the city heads into mosquito season.

Annadale »

The pesticide will reduce the mosquito population and try to stop the risk of West Nile virus.

New Dorp Beach »

The Department of Health said infected insects were found in Glen Oaks and New Dorp Beach.

Old Town »

The mosquitoes were found in Old Town in Staten Island and Douglaston and College Point in Queens.

New Dorp Beach »

The spraying will start at 8:15 p.m. and continue until 6 a.m. the following morning.

New Dorp Beach »

The Department of Health found West Nile virus in mosquitoes in Miller Field, officials said.

New Dorp Beach »

Residents said they can't even leave their houses at night because of the amount of insects in the area.

Huguenot »

The virus was found in mosquitoes in Staten Island and Queens, but no human cases have been detected.