Public health officials confirm an adult resident of Toronto has tested positive for West Nile virus making it the first human case in the city for 2016.
Toronto Public Health say two more cases have also been reported but tests are still ongoing.
As of Aug. 31, 22 mosquito pools have tested positive for West Nile virus.
There were 18 positive mosquito pools and 13 confirmed human cases in 2015.
While the risk of being infected with West Nile Virus is low, health officials are reminding residents to take precautions by wearing long-sleeve clothing, using repellent and removing standing water from your property where mosquitoes can breed.
West Nile symptoms usually develop between two and 15 days after a person is bitten by an infected mosquito.
Symptoms include fever, headache, nausea, vomiting, body ache, skin rash and swollen glands