The Ventura County Environmental Health Division warned that additional birds infected with the mosquito-borne virus are expected to be collected in the county.
What does VCEHD stand for?
VCEHD stands for Ventura County Environmental Health Division (California)
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The city of Simi Valley has posted warning signs near all areas affected by the spill, and the Ventura County Environmental Health Division advises people to avoid contact with areas of Arroyo Simi that are located near the spill and 1,000 feet downstream until Sunday.
``At this time last year, we had five birds, so it's about the same,'' said Randy Smith, a spokesman for the Ventura County Environmental Health Division.
One of the horses from Piru died from the virus, but the other four apparently survived, said Randy Smith, an environmental health specialist for the Ventura County Environmental Health Division.
One of the horses from Piru died from the virus, but the other four apparently survived said Randy Smith, an environmental health specialist for the Ventura County Environmental Health Division.
One of the dead crows was found in southwest Simi Valley on July 8 and the other was found in northeast Camarillo on July 13, said Randy Smith, a spokesman for the Ventura County Environmental Health Division.
Randy Smith, an environmental health specialist with the Ventura County Environmental Health Division, said the the 24 birds with West Nile virus last year were found in all parts of Ventura County.
Ventura County Environmental Health Division inspectors had threatened to close it because of code violations that included blistered fiberglass at the pool's shallow end.