Mosquito control & bite prevention educational flipbook
Corporate Authors:Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.)
Description:Background -- How to Use this Flipbook -- Background on Mosquito Bite Protection -- Background on Mosquito Control -- 1. Introduction -- 2. About Mosquitoes -- 3. Remove Standing Water -- 4. Treat Standing Water with Larvicides -- 5. Wear Insect Repellent -- 6. Wear Protective Clothing -- 7. Install or Fix Screen Windows and Doors -- 8. Sleep Under a Bed Net -- 9. Outdoor Spraying -- 10. Indoor Spraying -- 11. Indoor Spraying Foggers -- 12. Community-Wide Clean Up Campaigns -- What we’ve learned about: Types of mosquito control; Ways to protect from bites.
Mosquitoes can spread viruses like Zika, chikungunya, and dengue. This flipbook gives basic information about mosquito control activities and how to protect from mosquito bites. Mosquito control approaches that incorporate community education, and mosquito surveillance and control are often called “integrated vector control.” A vector is an insect, like a mosquito, that can spread viruses.
Called also: Zika basics flipbook for community outreach workers.
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