No signs of WNV in Grayson Co., BGA levels safe at Lake Texoma, health dept. says

SHERMAN, TX-- The latest findings from the Grayson County Health Department show no signs of West Nile Virus in the area.

Recently tested mosquito pools show all negative results, consistent with findings from earlier this summer.

The department has also released details about testing at Lake Texoma for blue green algae. According to the findings, a small concentration of two toxins was present in the samples, but fell below the established reporting limits.

The department says the lake is safe for swimming.