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Beach on Lake Tahoe’s south shore is closed down after chipmunks test positive for the PLAGUE

The infected chipmunks were discovered by California's Vector-Borne Disease Section, which routinely captures and tests chipmunks, ground squirrels, mice and other rodents known to carry the plague. Photo: California Vector-Borne Disease Section,



A beach on the south shore of Lake Tahoe in California has been closed to the public after a number of chipmunks tested positive for the plague, officials have said.

Kiva Beach, as well as the Taylor Creek Visitor Center, and their parking areas in South Lake Tahoe will remain closed until Friday while the Forest Service completes ‘eradication treatments’ like flea control.

The areas will likely be reopened before the weekend, and the area’s Tallac Historic site and the Kiva Picnic area and its parking lot will remain open.

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