(CBS DETROIT) – West Nile Virus makes its way into the Metro Detroit area.

The Macomb County Health Department confirms it detected the virus in a sample of mosquitos within the county.

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So far, no cases have been reported in humans.

Health officials recommend wearing an insect repellent, especially as we end off summer.

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They also ask homeowners to remove any standing water and to stay indoors at dusk when mosquitos are out in larger numbers.

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