Well, it is! Alone, it’s responsible for millions of infection cases every year, followed by more than one million deaths! From the 3500 known species of mosquitos, Aedes Aegypti is considered one of the most dangerous, being responsible for transmitting diseases like Zika Virus, Dengue, Yellow Fever and Chikungunya. Another lethal species is Anopheles Gambiae, responsible for transmitting Malaria. World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that a child dies every minute, victim of Malaria. We have to stop this. It’s too much. It’s outrageous. 
Unfortunately, there are no vaccines yet that can protect people from vector-borne diseases, except for Yellow Fever and prophylactic treatment for Malaria and the only way we have to fight this major health problem is with Prevention.
If you’re going to travel to infected areas, please be cautious and protect yourself with efficient repellents and follow our Prevention Tips. Click here to see what experts have to say to keep you safe from being stung.

Well, it is! Alone, it’s responsible for millions of infection cases every year, followed by more than one million deaths! From the 3500 known species of mosquitos, Aedes Aegypti is considered one of the most dangerous, being responsible for transmitting diseases like Zika Virus, Dengue, Yellow Fever and Chikungunya. Another lethal species is Anopheles Gambiae, responsible for transmitting Malaria. World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that a child dies every minute, victim of Malaria. We have to stop this. It’s too much. It’s outrageous. 
Unfortunately, there are no vaccines yet that can protect people from vector-borne diseases, except for Yellow Fever and prophylactic treatment for Malaria and the only way we have to fight this major health problem is with Prevention.
If you’re going to travel to infected areas, please be cautious and protect yourself with efficient repellents and follow our Prevention Tips. Click here to see what experts have to say to keep you safe from being stung.

Well, it is! Alone, it’s responsible for millions of infection cases every year, followed by more than one million deaths! From the 3500 known species of mosquitos, Aedes Aegypti is considered one of the most dangerous, being responsible for transmitting diseases like Zika Virus, Dengue, Yellow Fever and Chikungunya. Another lethal species is Anopheles Gambiae, responsible for transmitting Malaria. World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that a child dies every minute, victim of Malaria. We have to stop this. It’s too much. It’s outrageous. 
Unfortunately, there are no vaccines yet that can protect people from vector-borne diseases, except for Yellow Fever and prophylactic treatment for Malaria and the only way we have to fight this major health problem is with Prevention.
If you’re going to travel to infected areas, please be cautious and protect yourself with efficient repellents and follow our Prevention Tips. Click here to see what experts have to say to keep you safe from being stung.