Wear full sleeved clothing and trousers
Use personal repellents each time before stepping outdoors
Use of insect repellents like electric vapourisers, coils, cards while indoors
Use mosquito nets and secure screens/nets on windows and doors to keep mosquitoes out
Keep the surroundings clean and avoid water stagnation
CDC recommends using insect repellent is the best way to prevent diseases such as dengue, chikungunya and Zika that are spread by mosquitoes
Protecting from mosquito bites is the key to prevent mosquito-borne diseases
Prescribe protection to make a difference.
Recommend Fabric Roll-On to protect your patients from 3x higher chances of mosquito bites outdoors.
Apply 4 dots on clothes.
Fabric Roll-On is safe to use:
Certificate on dermatological safety by Apollo Research and Innovations
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