The Colorado Department of Agriculture is reporting the state's first confirmed case of equine West Nile Virus.
Officials say the man did not need to be hospitalized and Clermont County Public Health will conduct an environmental assessment of the area.
West Nile Virus (WNV) encephalitis is a rare disease that can be serious, even fatal, in a very small percentage of people infected by the virus.
Mosquitoes are most active in the early morning and evening. It's the first horse-related case in DE since 2015.
West Nile virus surveillance in Utah is underway and will continue into the fall.
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To help minimize the risk, experts recommend you drain standing water around your home, such as bird baths or pet dishes. Of those, 88 people have been hospitalized for the illness and three have died.
The disease is spread by mosquito bites.
Twenty-eight states have reported more than 200 combined human West Nile virus cases so far in 2017, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports.
Personal protection is recommended during outdoor activities by wearing shoes, socks, long trousers, and a long-sleeved shirt when outside for a long period of time. Apply an EPA-registered insect repellent containing DEET, picaridin, oil of lemon eucalyptus, IR3535 or para-menthane-diol products per the manufacturer's instructions.
Other tips include making sure doors and windows have tight-fitting screens, repairing or replacing screens that are torn, and keeping doors and windows shut, especially at night. Consider the use of BTI briquettes (or mosquito dunks) in standing water that can not be eliminated.