Three mosquito samples taken from areas in Bishop and Robstown have all tested positive for the West Nile Virus.
Officials with the Corpus Christi-Nueces County Public Health District said samples taken from the 4000 block of Cindy Lane and the 900 block of West Ave. J, both in Robstown, and the 700 block of Golden Drive in Bishop, came back with positive results for the virus. Two out of the three sites had previously tested positive just last month.
Five locations in Robstown have all had positive tests for the West Nile Virus, more than 50 percent of all positive samples in the county.
These are sites which the Corpus Christi - Nueces County Public Health District reports that it has received confirmation of West Nile Virus in samples of mosquitoes from Corpus Christi sent to the Texas Department of State Health Services.
4000 block of Cindy Lane (Robstown) - Sept. 25
1600 block of FM 624 (Robstown) - Sept. 18
700 block of Golden Dr. (Bishop) - Aug. 29, Sept. 18, Sept. 25
3000 block of Hall Lane (Robstown) - Aug. 13, Aug. 28, Sept. 18
6000 block of Pharaoh Drive - Sept. 5
10000 block of Dogwood Street (Annaville) - Aug. 22, Sept. 5
900 block of West Ave. J (Robstown) - Aug. 28, Sept. 25
3000 block of Wings Drive (Robstown) - Aug. 16, Aug. 28, Aug. 29, Sept. 5