Vaccinating for West Nile Virus at High Altitudes

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I live at almost 8,000 feet in the mountains of Colorado. As far as I know we have yet to have a case of West Nile virus above 6,000 feet, and only have mosquitoes for a few months anywhere in the state. Do I really need to vaccinate twice a year?

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