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FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4) – The nationwide outbreak of West Nile virus has prompted Fort Collins to do a second round of mosquito spraying.
Crews will begin spraying Tuesday night after dusk.
The Coloradoan reports the city will spray the east side of town and some areas in the northwest. Residents are encouraged to stay inside and keep doors and windows closed for about an hour after spraying.
Larimer County has one confirmed case of West Nile this year.