How the virus is transmitted?

Infected person

One mosquito bites an infected person and will carry the infection with it.

healthy person

The infected mosquito will bite a healthy person and transmit the virus to non-infected people.

New infected person

In 3 to 7 days, the newly infected person gets sick and if a mosquito bites her in that period, it will be able to transmit the virus to other non-infected people.

How the virus is transmitted?

Infected person

One mosquito bites an infected person and will carry the infection with it.

healthy person

The infected mosquito will bite a healthy person and transmit the virus to non-infected people.

New infected person

In 3 to 7 days, the newly infected person gets sick and if a mosquito bites her in that period, it will be able to transmit the virus to other non-infected people.

How the virus is transmitted?

Infected person

One mosquito bites an infected person and will carry the infection with it.

healthy person

The infected mosquito will bite a healthy person and transmit the virus to non-infected people.

New infected person

In 3 to 7 days, the newly infected person gets sick and if a mosquito bites her in that period, it will be able to transmit the virus to other non-infected people.

 

LEARN ABOUT THE MOSQUITO INCIDENCE AND HEALTH RISKS RELATED TO YOUR TRIP.

Have an appointment with a doctor and check all the vaccines and treatments you need to do before you go.

 

CHOOSE A HOTEL WITH AIR CONDITIONING OR SCREENS ON WINDOWS.

Mosquitos don’t like cold areas, and an AC unit circulates the air around the room. The moving air inhibits the ability of mosquitos to fly in a straight line and hit their target, and it dilutes the concentration of carbon dioxide that we exhale, making us more difficult to locate.

 

SLEEP UNDER A MOSQUITO BED NET AND SPRAY IT WITH WILD AT EASE.

Mosquito nets are one of the most important ways to protect against malaria and other diseases transmitted by mosquitos. Nets treated with repellents are estimated to be twice as effective as untreated nets and offer greater than 70% protection compared with no net.

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ALWAYS WEAR LIGHT-TONED CLOTHES, LONG SLEEVES AND TREAT THEM WITH WILD AT EASE MOSQUITO REPELLENT FOR TEXTILES.

Mosquitos use their vision to search for food sources during the daylight hours. And since they fly very close to the ground, they tend to find targets by looking for things that contrast with the horizon. Dark colors stand out, and light colors are less attractive to them. Loose, long-sleeved, neutral and pastel colored clothing are advised to help prevent mosquito bites.

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USE A SAFE INSECT REPELLENT FOR EXPOSED SKIN AREAS AND REAPPLY EVERY FEW HOURS.

Apply before leaving your hotel or apartment, especially onto your ankles, elbows, wrists, forehead and all other places where your skin is thin because that’s where mosquitoes love to feed. Depending on the effectiveness of the lotion or spray, apply frequently to avoid bites, but always following the product label instructions carefully.

 

AVOID GOING OUTDOORS WHEN MOSQUITOS ARE MORE AGGRESSIVE
(DUSK AND DAWN).

Wind typically dissipates as the sun rises and sets, and the lack of wind at those times brings mosquitos out to feed. If you can, schedule your outdoor tours at other times of the day.

 

AVOID GETTING TOO HOT AND RAISE YOUR HEART RATE.

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is the primary thing mosquitos search for to identify food sources, and anything that raises your heart rate will increase your CO2 production. Mosquitos can smell it at relatively long distances. So, avoid dark-colored fabrics that absorb more heat from the sun, and don’t exercise outdoors because it will cause you to radiate more heat and to breathe heavily. Also avoid drinking alcohol or eating spicy foods – it will raise your heart rate too. Being overweight or pregnant can also up your CO2 output.

 

PREGNANT WOMEN ARE TWO TIMES MORE ATTRACTIVE TO MOSQUITOS THAN NON-PREGNANT WOMEN.

The researchers say that this attractiveness is likely to be linked to two physiological factors: firstly, they found that women, at an advanced stage of pregnancy, exhaled 21% greater volume of carbon dioxide than non-pregnant women; secondly, pregnant women have a warmer average body temperature, which is a cue for biting and landing. Since Wild at Ease mosquito repellent spray is safe for pregnant women, apply it on every clothing for a greater protection against mosquito bites.

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Wristbands or other wearable DEET items don’t work.

DEET works by blocking mosquito’s CO2 receptors. That happens when a mosquito lands on your skin and comes into contact with the DEET. They’ll still land on you if you apply it, but they won’t bite. The problem with these wearables is the fact that DEET isn’t a scent-based repellent, which means that any form of it, that not spread on your skin, will just not work. So, skip the wristbands, ankles and other bogus DEET wearables.

 

LEARN ABOUT THE MOSQUITO INCIDENCE AND HEALTH RISKS RELATED TO YOUR TRIP.

Have an appointment with a doctor and check all the vaccines and treatments you need to do before you go.

 

CHOOSE A HOTEL WITH AIR CONDITIONING OR SCREENS ON WINDOWS.

Mosquitos don’t like cold areas, and an AC unit circulates the air around the room. The moving air inhibits the ability of mosquitos to fly in a straight line and hit their target, and it dilutes the concentration of carbon dioxide that we exhale, making us more difficult to locate.

 

SLEEP UNDER A MOSQUITO BED NET AND SPRAY IT WITH WILD AT EASE.

Mosquito nets are one of the most important ways to protect against malaria and other diseases transmitted by mosquitos. Nets treated with repellents are estimated to be twice as effective as untreated nets and offer greater than 70% protection compared with no net.

buy now

 

ALWAYS WEAR LIGHT-TONED CLOTHES, LONG SLEEVES AND TREAT THEM WITH WILD AT EASE MOSQUITO REPELLENT FOR TEXTILES.

Mosquitos use their vision to search for food sources during the daylight hours. And since they fly very close to the ground, they tend to find targets by looking for things that contrast with the horizon. Dark colors stand out, and light colors are less attractive to them. Loose, long-sleeved, neutral and pastel colored clothing are advised to help prevent mosquito bites.

buy now

 

USE A SAFE INSECT REPELLENT FOR EXPOSED SKIN AREAS AND REAPPLY EVERY FEW HOURS.

Apply before leaving your hotel or apartment, especially onto your ankles, elbows, wrists, forehead and all other places where your skin is thin because that’s where mosquitoes love to feed. Depending on the effectiveness of the lotion or spray, apply frequently to avoid bites, but always following the product label instructions carefully.

 

AVOID GOING OUTDOORS WHEN MOSQUITOS ARE MORE AGGRESSIVE
(DUSK AND DAWN).

Wind typically dissipates as the sun rises and sets, and the lack of wind at those times brings mosquitos out to feed. If you can, schedule your outdoor tours at other times of the day.

 

AVOID GETTING TOO HOT AND RAISE YOUR HEART RATE.

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is the primary thing mosquitos search for to identify food sources, and anything that raises your heart rate will increase your CO2 production. Mosquitos can smell it at relatively long distances. So, avoid dark-colored fabrics that absorb more heat from the sun, and don’t exercise outdoors because it will cause you to radiate more heat and to breathe heavily. Also avoid drinking alcohol or eating spicy foods – it will raise your heart rate too. Being overweight or pregnant can also up your CO2 output.

 

PREGNANT WOMEN ARE TWO TIMES MORE ATTRACTIVE TO MOSQUITOS THAN NON-PREGNANT WOMEN.

The researchers say that this attractiveness is likely to be linked to two physiological factors: firstly, they found that women, at an advanced stage of pregnancy, exhaled 21% greater volume of carbon dioxide than non-pregnant women; secondly, pregnant women have a warmer average body temperature, which is a cue for biting and landing. Since Wild at Ease mosquito repellent spray is safe for pregnant women, apply it on every clothing for a greater protection against mosquito bites.

buy now

 

Wristbands or other wearable DEET items don’t work.

DEET works by blocking mosquito’s CO2 receptors. That happens when a mosquito lands on your skin and comes into contact with the DEET. They’ll still land on you if you apply it, but they won’t bite. The problem with these wearables is the fact that DEET isn’t a scent-based repellent, which means that any form of it, that not spread on your skin, will just not work. So, skip the wristbands, ankles and other bogus DEET wearables.

 

LEARN ABOUT THE MOSQUITO INCIDENCE AND HEALTH RISKS RELATED TO YOUR TRIP.

Have an appointment with a doctor and check all the vaccines and treatments you need to do before you go.

 

CHOOSE A HOTEL WITH AIR CONDITIONING OR SCREENS ON WINDOWS.

Mosquitos don’t like cold areas, and an AC unit circulates the air around the room. The moving air inhibits the ability of mosquitos to fly in a straight line and hit their target, and it dilutes the concentration of carbon dioxide that we exhale, making us more difficult to locate.

 

SLEEP UNDER A MOSQUITO BED NET AND SPRAY IT WITH WILD AT EASE.

Mosquito nets are one of the most important ways to protect against malaria and other diseases transmitted by mosquitos. Nets treated with repellents are estimated to be twice as effective as untreated nets and offer greater than 70% protection compared with no net.

buy now

 

ALWAYS WEAR LIGHT-TONED CLOTHES, LONG SLEEVES AND TREAT THEM WITH WILD AT EASE MOSQUITO REPELLENT FOR TEXTILES.

Mosquitos use their vision to search for food sources during the daylight hours. And since they fly very close to the ground, they tend to find targets by looking for things that contrast with the horizon. Dark colors stand out, and light colors are less attractive to them. Loose, long-sleeved, neutral and pastel colored clothing are advised to help prevent mosquito bites.

buy now

 

USE A SAFE INSECT REPELLENT FOR EXPOSED SKIN AREAS AND REAPPLY EVERY FEW HOURS.

Apply before leaving your hotel or apartment, especially onto your ankles, elbows, wrists, forehead and all other places where your skin is thin because that’s where mosquitoes love to feed. Depending on the effectiveness of the lotion or spray, apply frequently to avoid bites, but always following the product label instructions carefully.

 

AVOID GOING OUTDOORS WHEN MOSQUITOS ARE MORE AGGRESSIVE
(DUSK AND DAWN).

Wind typically dissipates as the sun rises and sets, and the lack of wind at those times brings mosquitos out to feed. If you can, schedule your outdoor tours at other times of the day.

 

AVOID GETTING TOO HOT AND RAISE YOUR HEART RATE.

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is the primary thing mosquitos search for to identify food sources, and anything that raises your heart rate will increase your CO2 production. Mosquitos can smell it at relatively long distances. So, avoid dark-colored fabrics that absorb more heat from the sun, and don’t exercise outdoors because it will cause you to radiate more heat and to breathe heavily. Also avoid drinking alcohol or eating spicy foods – it will raise your heart rate too. Being overweight or pregnant can also up your CO2 output.

 

PREGNANT WOMEN ARE TWO TIMES MORE ATTRACTIVE TO MOSQUITOS THAN NON-PREGNANT WOMEN.

The researchers say that this attractiveness is likely to be linked to two physiological factors: firstly, they found that women, at an advanced stage of pregnancy, exhaled 21% greater volume of carbon dioxide than non-pregnant women; secondly, pregnant women have a warmer average body temperature, which is a cue for biting and landing. Since Wild at Ease mosquito repellent spray is safe for pregnant women, apply it on every clothing for a greater protection against mosquito bites.

buy now

 

Wristbands or other wearable DEET items don’t work.

DEET works by blocking mosquito’s CO2 receptors. That happens when a mosquito lands on your skin and comes into contact with the DEET. They’ll still land on you if you apply it, but they won’t bite. The problem with these wearables is the fact that DEET isn’t a scent-based repellent, which means that any form of it, that not spread on your skin, will just not work. So, skip the wristbands, ankles and other bogus DEET wearables.