Boulder County Public Health
For the first time in more than 20 years, a Boulder resident has tested positive for plague. And it’s putting some on alert.
A Boulder resident has tested positive for plague, the first human case in Boulder in more than 20 years.
State health officials on Wednesday announced that there have been 11 human cases of of tularemia in Colorado since May of this year.
Two people are currently recovering from tularemia, or the disease known as rabbit fever.
Health officials in Boulder County are warning residents to be aware of Tularemia, a disease that can be transmitted to humans from rabbit carcasses.
Trucks have begun spraying for mosquitoes in Boulder County to prevent the spread of West Nile. It’s the first time in five years that spraying has been ordered.