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The Health Department will spray areas including Brownsville, Crown Heights and East Flatbush. 

Hunts Point »

The spraying comes after a Brooklyn man was infected with West Nile virus. 

Midtown »

The unidentified man has the first reported case of West Nile in New York City this summer. 

Pelham Bay »

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

Central Harlem »

The women are among 505 New Yorkers to have been infected with the virus.

Rochdale Village »

The Health Department will spray Monday and Wednesday nights, officials said. 

West Brighton »

The forum will be at 7 p.m. in the Richmond University Medical Center.

Bushwick »

Pesticides will be sprayed in Brooklyn in Queens neighborhoods Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning.

Whitestone »

The Health Department has created six maps offering information about its mosquito control operation.

TriBeCa »

Dr. Mary Bassett doesn't understand why pregnant women are still traveling.

Mott Haven »

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

New York City »

The city is spraying to prevent the risk of Zika and West Nile Virus.

Midtown »

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

Midtown »

The warning follows an updated CDC warning after at least 14 cases of Zika were confirmed in Florida.