Currently there is no cure for that virus. At the time of publishing, vaccine roll-outs are proceeding at a rapid pace, but in most instances, unfortunately, these are haphazard at best. It is disturbing to observe that while some countries had been planning for this event since the day news of the virus spread while many others have left this urgent matter only to now. In the meantime, the mosquito control company in Brunswick will be working around the clock.
It has to, and it can. For one thing, it is listed as an essential service provider which means of course that lockdown or hard lockdown, the technicians working for this specialist control company can still be on their rounds. As if the pandemic were bad enough. Surely, at this time, no one can afford yet another outbreak. This could have been possible had mosquito infestations been allowed to get out of hand.
Fortunately, that vaccine is working, it has been for years. There is every possibility that a city resident could be infected by the mosquito bite. The most commonly known disease emanating from the mosquito is that of malaria. It is a disease that is no longer confined to the tropical depths of the Indonesian, African and Amazon rainforests because mosquitoes of course, have that ability to migrate.
In droves. And unless specialist units are able to stop this migration, they will continue to do so. Like most other animal species with the ability to do so, they really have no alternative. Because such are the challenges of extreme weather events, the very consequence of global warming and climate change. Finally, there are those who believe that the current pandemic is also a consequence of that epic event.