West Nile virus (WNV) has been detected in multiple communities across the Commonwealth, and the State Health Department has now reported a mosquito in one of our samplings has tested positive here in Maynard. While there are no human WNV cases confirmed in Maynard, now is the time to use personal protective measures like repellents […]
Due to a delay in vaccine delivery by the manufacturer to our vendor, we were forced to postpone Tuesday’s Senior Flu Clinic at the Maynard Golf Course Senior Center as well as Saturday’s Resident Clinic/EDS Drill, until further notice.
Although NO mosquitoes have tested positive in Maynard, West Nile virus has been detected in multiple communities across the Commonwealth. Now is the time to use personal protective measures like repellents and appropriate clothing to avoid mosquito bites. What is the best way to prevent mosquito bites? Use mosquito repellent any time you are outdoors. […]
The East Middlesex Mosquito Control Project will be conducting a helicopter application of the biological larvicide, Bti, to control mosquito larvae over large wetland areas in Maynard. Wetlands currently being evaluated for this application are located near George Rd., Old Marlboro Rd. and Rockland Ave. The application will be conducted between April 23 and April […]
Several Town Events are happening this weekend! The Annual Seasonal Flu Vaccination Clinic for Maynard residents ages 9 and over will take place Saturday September 23rd, from 10am to noon at the Fowler School Auditorium. Seasonal Flu Vaccinations are free with proof of insurance, so please bring all insurance cards with you to the clinic. […]
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) today announced that one of the mosquito samplings in Town has tested positive for West Nile virus (WNV). Please understand that no human cases have been reported. We continue to be under moderate risk for exposure – moderate risk means mosquito activity is substantial enough that people should […]