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According to the CDC: COVID-19 is primarily transmitted from person-to-person through respiratory droplets. These droplets are released when someone with COVID-19 sneezes, coughs, or talks. Infectious droplets can land in the mouths or noses of people who are nearby or possibly be inhaled into the lungs. That leaves us the question—Do insects transmit coronavirus?
Detrimental to business and health While a global pandemic is still going on, some hotels and motels alike are now empty and/or running on a skeleton crew—leaving them two more things to worry about: bed bug infestation and COVID-19—both alarming and detrimental to our businesses and health. Who’s the enemy: Bed bugs or Covid-19? When will
The sooner temperatures warm up, the more bed bugs can start breeding and reproduce. Meaning, the bug and pest community will be buzzing more than normal in higher temperatures. The question is: given the rising temperatures and the predicted global warming, will this affect your bed bug situation at home? “Scientists might want to write
May to July is peak season for ticks and you can avoid them––or worse, Lyme disease––through keeping safe in your yard or by calling in to your trusted local pest control companies for immediate professional solutions. Not all ticks contain Lyme disease, only when bitten by a tick infected with a bacterium called Borrelia burgdorferi. This is
When your home is being terrorized (and colonized) by skin-crawling bed bugs, you don’t want to mess around with their removal. In a survey given to American pest control workers about what was the most difficult home invader to manage, around 68% of respondents said bed bugs. The pesky pests can lay more than 200