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West Nile fogging scheduled for parts of San Jose
SAN JOSE (KGO) -- The battle against the West Nile virus resumes Saturday night in Santa Clara County, with pesticide spraying in a section of San Jose.
Starting at 11 p.m., county vector control will be ground fogging in an area bordered by Blossom Hill Road, Loma Prieta Drive, Cottle Road, Colleen Drive and Curie Drive.
The fogging kills mosquitoes which can carry the disease and spread it to humans.
Earlier this week Contra Costa County health officials confirmed that a second woman there is now recovering from the virus.
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