why have we never gone into lockdown over the Mosquito? – Arlin Report thought(s) of the day

Mosquito: a slender long-legged fly with aquatic larvae. The bite of the bloodsucking female can transmit a number of serious diseases including malaria and encephalitis.

Did you read that? “……..can transmit a NUMBER OF SERIOUS DISEASES INCLUDING MALARIA AND ENCEPHALITIS.” Zika Virus (from mosquitoes) can be passed from humans to another mosquito, that mosquito can spread to other humans, and the disease can be transmitted from human to human via a pleasurable means called SEX.

MOSQUITOES have been around for nearly 30 million years. The female mosquito has been spreading disease for as long as mankind. So, we have never gone into lockdown. We hardly fog our streets. We scratch an infected bite and impetigo spreads through human touch, clothing, toys etc. …………but hardly a medical alert. Oh we may get a notice, beware heavy mosquito activity. I’ve never seen the Main Stream Media come on daily and tell us to cover our bodies with mosquito repellent and clothing. Nor have I heard of parks being closed because of mosquitoes. I’ve never seen an economy destroyed because of mosquitoes. If anything new products combating the little pain in the ass have contributed to the economy.

YET HERE WE ARE! When COVID-19 is finally under control, the mosquitoes will still be wrecking havoc as always. Carry-on!

During the first week of infection, Zika virus can be found in the blood and passed from an infected person to another mosquito through mosquito bites. An infected mosquito can then spread the virus to other people. Zika can be passed through sex from a person who has Zika to his or her partners.

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