Here are two kinds of treatment that actually saves lives. The first one is hospital-based. But the second one is premises-based. It could be on your shop or factory floor. Or it could be in the backyard of your residential property that you might need mosquito treatment in Fort Washington. Now, why would you need the hospital treatment? As if you would ask. Because it is quite possible that a mosquito bite could give you malaria.
And while it has not yet happened, it is quite possible that a mosquito bit could give you the novel coronavirus. The thing about this virus, and people are only now coming to terms with this, is that it has been around for hundreds of years already. In history, there have been scientific finds that revealed traces of the virus on the mosquito’s fossilized carcass. It has been the case with fleas too. The hospital treatment would normally require a few days as an inpatient.
And then a minimum of two weeks in self-isolation is usually required. People, those that are generally healthy and fit, can recover from the virus. But not others. There is no vaccine for the virus. Well, not at the time of writing. But there is a vaccine for the malaria. This is the most common disease that the roving mosquito would likely carry. It is no longer confined to rural, wild hotspots. It could be urban-based too.
Urban and semi-urban mosquito treatment is now available too. These will, however, be carried out by professional specialist pest control technicians. They are taking a step by step approach to mosquito control at this time. There is still no realistic prospect of wiping out pestilence in its entirety. But at least there is still control.