Let’s keep each other safe!

Dengue viruses are spread to people through the bite of an infected Aedes species mosquito. High fever, headache, vomiting, muscle, and joint pains, and a characteristic skin itching and skin rash are some of its symptoms. Prevention depends on control of and protection from the bites of the mosquito that transmits it. Mosquitoes not only are a nuisance, but they’re also a danger to your family and pets.

Use mosquito repellent

A mosquito repellent doesn't actually kill mosquitoes. Repellents work by making people less attractive to mosquitoes, so they're less likely to bite you. Moreover, using a mosquito net is also a perfect idea.

Wear clothes that cover the body

Wearing full-sleeved shirts and long pants is the most important precaution to avoid mosquito bites. We can also use Permethrin to treat our clothing and gear. While using screens on windows and doors and repairing holes on screens can also be done.

Routinely clean your gutters

Remove stagnant water. Dump rainwater out of flowerpots, wheelbarrows, and other containers to prevent standing water.

Mosquito fogging

Fogging machines are 90% efficient. The insecticide is poured into the fogging machine, dispersing it across your yard. Generally, mosquitoes are attracted to places where there is stagnant water.