January 18, 2021
The old adage has always been that the prevention is better than the cure. It is still very much relevant, particularly in this day and age. Because in case you have not noticed, the novel coronavirus is still very much with us all. Now, you might be thinking; what would COVID-19 have to do with a mosquito control company in Brunswick County? Plenty much, as it turns out. And did you know that it has already been shown that mosquitoes could be carriers?
Up until this point, all manner of prevention methods has already been used. And it has been shown that many of these conventional methods are not working as they should. At the time of writing, there is no known cure for the novel coronavirus that has pretty much turned many people’s lives upside down in a rather bad, if not, inconvenient way. Also note that there is no known cure for the diseases that certain species of mosquitoes may be carrying at any one time.
Of course, the most widely-known disease at this time is that of malaria. At the time of writing, vaccines are being prepared to counter the virus otherwise known by its code-name COVID-19. And today still, vaccines against malarial infections are widely available in those areas and regions whose health services are generally functioning in a, let’s just say, healthy manner. But it turns out that the health services industry, by and large, is not coping as well as it should at this point in time.
Pretty much everywhere in the world today, those who would normally have the wherewithal are now overwhelmed. But not today’s pest control companies. They seem to be coping pretty well. After all, they are practising control rather than prevention measures that turn out to be more effective.