Officials: Mosquito numbers up in Maryland amid rain, floods

Mosquitoes have multiplied up to three times their normal early summer numbers in many Maryland areas as storms and flooding have provided plenty of water for breeding. The Baltimore Sun quotes state public health veterinarian David Crum saying in a Thursday report no mosquito-borne diseases have been reported this year, but that does not mean there will not ...

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