Eleven additional batches of mosquitoes have tested positive for West Nile Virus in Davidson County.
The batches were found within the past week in Antioch, Bordeaux, Donelson, North Nashville, Priest Lake, and the Waverly/Belmont area.
Officials with the health department said they’ll spread granular larvicide to those areas where mosquito larvae have been present.
The complete list of areas where batches tested positive were as follows:
- Antioch – Near the intersection of Edge O Lake Drive and Murfreesboro Pike
- Bordeaux – Near the intersection of Kings Lane and Clarksville Highway -- Three batches tested positive at this location
- Donelson – Near the intersection of Lebanon Road and McGavock Pike
- North Nashville -- Near the intersection of Buchanan Street and 12 Avenue North -- Two batches tested positive at this location
- Priest Lake – Near the intersection of Anderson Road and Smith Springs Road -- Three batches tested positive at this location
- Waverly/Belmont – Near the intersection of 12 Avenue South and Acklen Avenue
In late February, health department officials began monitoring standing water in all areas of Nashville.