Rabies has been found in bats, skunks, and a few other species in Weld County. People and pets that have contact or suspected contact with a rabid animal should be assessed for risk of rabies and possible treatment.
2022 Animal Rabies Cases
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Mosquitoes are trapped in three zones in Weld County during the West Nile Virus (WNV) season (approximately June - September). See a map of these Sentinel Zones(PDF, 3MB).
Prevention practices are recommended!
No cases of plague were reported or diagnosed in Weld County for 2022.
Prevention: Avoid contact with sick wildlife, protect yourself and your pets from fleas and ticks, and keep pets current on a veterinarian-approved flea and tick treatment.
No cases of Tularemia were reported or diagnosed in Weld County for 2022.
Prevention: Use insect repellent, wear gloves when handling sick or dead animals, and avoid mowing over dead animals.
No cases of Hantavirus were reported or diagnosed in Weld County for 2022.
Prevention: Avoid exposure to mouse droppings and mouse-infested areas.
CDC: West Nile Virus