Information on specific zoonotics:
What is a Vector-Borne disease?
A vector-borne disease is a disease that is transmitted
from a host to another susceptible host by a vector. In
other words, it is a disease that is passed by a biological
agent, which is often an insect.
At the Health Department, we provide technical assistance
to veterinarians and the public on transmission, prevention,
and control of diseases transmitted to humans from animals.
At the Health Department, we also offer information in specific
areas, such as: