ALLEGAN, Mich. — Dorr Township in Allegan County is scheduled for EEE aerial spraying Monday night, as weather permits.
There have been 31 cases of EEE across the state as of Monday, including a deer in Allegan County, a news release said.
One human case in Barry County was confirmed Friday.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services scheduled a mosquito control treatment in the five-mile radius from where the EEE-positive deer was found in the county.
Aerial spraying is done by a low-flying aircraft starting at dusk and continuing until 4:30 a.m.
Mosquito control professionals will apply approved pesticides, spraying very fine aerosol droplets that stay suspended in the air and kill adult mosquitoes on contact.