The application of the pesticide - an ultra-low volume aerosol called resmethrin (Scourge), according to Suffolk County Department of Health Services - will be applied via aircraft on Monday starting at 7:30 p.m.
It's expected to last until 11:30 p.m.
The area affected will be in a block bordered by Montauk Highway to the South, Broadway/Route 110 to the West, the Southern State Parkway to the North and Little East Neck Road to the East.
This comes on the heels of mosquito samples testing postive for West Nile virus in and earlier in July. And it comes after there was no scheduled spraying in Lindenhurst or the surrounding inland area.
The samples in Lindenhurst and West Babylon are now part of 77 mosquito samples and eight birds that have tested positive for the virus to date, according to the SCDHS.
No equine cases have been reported; however, New York state is currently investigating one human case that's being considered as probable for West Nile virus.
The individual, said the SCDHS, was hospitalized for several days and has fully recovered. Confirmation of West Nile virus will be dependent on the results of further testing, health officials said.
Read more about the scheduled spraying and the precautions that the SCDHS recommends .
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