Mỹ Gala 2015

 

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To purchase tickets, click on our Eventbrite Page or call 617-822-3717 x15.

Sponsorship  opportunities available. Please contact Director of Development, SarahEmily Lekberg at mnlekberg@vietaid.org or 617-822-3717 x27.

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VietAID Announces 4th Annual Mỹ Gala

My Gala 2015 Poster Color (O)

To purchase tickets, click on our Eventbrite Page or call 617-822-3717 x15.

Sponsorship  opportunities available. Please contact Director of Development, SarahEmily Lekberg at mnlekberg@vietaid.org or 617-822-3717 x27.

 

Sponsors

AN LỘC ADVOCATE SPONSOR

Carney Hospital- Logo

St. Joseph

tufts-medical-center-logo

ĐIỂM HẸN PATRON SPONSOR

Boston Auto Tech logo B&W

BHA logo

Print

Dr. Kevin Dole 

ebsb-logo

Eos

grenwold-logo-final-jpg-normal-size

Hackett Feinberg P.C. Logo

Henry Joseph and Associates

home.stead.logo

MGCC

Midtown Home Health Service 

 Blue-Large

Print

Pampanin

South Cove Community Health Center

trinity Logo

Van Paul Le, PC Law Firm 

VZ Logo New (2)

BẠN HỮU FRIEND SPONSOR

AMS logo_dark blue-high-res

Anonymous 

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Barison Law Boston

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Donald L. Hafner & Mieko Kamii

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NEWS RELEASE: West Nile Virus-Positive Mosquitoes Detected in Mattapan

BOSTON PUBLIC HEALTH COMMISSION

PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE USE:
Thursday, September 10, 2015

MEDIA CONTACT:
617-534-2522

NEWS RELEASE: West Nile Virus-Positive Mosquitoes Detected in Mattapan

BOSTON – Thursday, September 10, 2015 – The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) today announced that a mosquito pool in Mattapan has tested positive for West Nile Virus (WNV). Earlier this summer, three mosquito pools in West Roxbury, Hyde Park and Roslindale tested positive for WNV. A Boston male resident in his forties was recently confirmed as a WNV case and has recovered. The resident likely acquired the infection in another area of Massachusetts.

WNV is most commonly transmitted to humans by the bite of a mosquito infected with the virus, but it poses very low risk to most people. The risk can be further reduced by using insect repellant when outdoors, especially from dusk to dawn when mosquitoes are most active and, when possible, wearing long-sleeved shirts and pants. Residents should also mosquito-proof their homes by making sure that their window and door screens are in good repair to prevent mosquitoes from getting inside.

To help prevent mosquitoes from breeding, BPHC advises residents to limit places around the home where standing water can collect. People should turn over unused flower pots, buckets, wheelbarrows and garbage cans; remove leaves and other debris that can clog gutters and trap water; dispose of or cover old tires; and cover swimming pools when not in use.

The City of Boston, in partnership with the Suffolk County Mosquito Control Project, has placed larvicide in catch basins and wetlands, a process designed to reduce the mosquito population. Targeted, truck-mounted aerosol spraying is also performed to help control the mosquito population in certain areas of Boston.

If residents have any questions related to the spraying or any questions on mosquitoes, they may call the Suffolk County Mosquito Control Project at 781-899-5730. For more information on sprayings, please visit www.bphc.org/mosquitocontrol.

For more information on mosquito-borne illness, call the Boston Public Health Commission at 617-534-5611 or visit www.bphc.org/mbi.