Kill the Serial Killer hiding in your home

Monday, 10/10/2016

Dengue Chikunguyna Mosquito is turning out to be the biggest serial killer. Last year Dengue killed 220 people. This year the same mosquito is back with Dengue and Chikungunya.

These dangerous mosquitoes hide in the dark corners of home like under the bed, sofa, behind the cupboard, curtains TV cabinet, toilet etc. and look for an opportunity to bite.

Sparing even a single hidden mosquito means putting yourself or your family to potential risk of Dengue and Chikungunya. Spray Kala HIT daily in every corner of your home to kill
even the hidden mosquitoes and protect your family.

Prevention that should be use for protecting yourself

1.Keep your house clean and tidy.

2.The floor should be clean not with plain water, try to use some pesticide so that you can keep it germ-free.

3.Most importantly, keep your garden clean.

4.Keep in mind that water should not be remaining near or in the corners (from the plants).

5.Nor should any water form a small puddle. (may it be in the centre of the tile or a bit of water left over inside the glass) No stagnant water.

6.It’s very dangerous as these misquotes lie on this stagnant water only, it doesn’t matter if it is dirty or clean.

7.Keep your wet garbage separate and throw in a wet bin (which is kept covered)

8.It’s not only about our homes, we need to keep our area and city both clean. Where ever you find gutters which are not being cleaned, find some solution for it. Take it up to your local ‘residence welfare association’ or community head.

9.In the rains, the chances of you getting infected by the Dengue/Chikungunya mosquito are extremely high due to the level of stagnant fresh water increase, at this point all measures of safety should be used.

10.Try to wear clothes that don’t leave any skin areas exposed.

11.Spray the house with anti-mosquito sprays, like HIT, early in the morning and early in the evening to help kill the mosquitoes present in the house.

12. Keep the doors and windows of the house closed at all times.

13.Wear a mosquito repellent cream and carry it with you at all times.

14.Carry a fast card or keep one at your place to get immediate relief.

15.Change your hand towels after a day’s use.

16.Keep your wet and soggy clothes and shoes away from the dry garments. Also, try to dry the wet ones as soon as possible.

17. Avoid visiting crowded places like parks, theatres or exhibitions.

18. Use hand sanitizers while travelling. Also, avoid touching things in general.

19. Avoid getting wet in the rain.


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