The tiger mosquito doesn’t fly very far, meaning that the mosquitos are breeding close-by; the breeding site may not be in your own house, but it could be in nearby public space, in fountains, in the houses of neighbors, etc. It might be a good idea to organize the neighborhood to help eliminate breeding sites in private areas and apply the necessary control measures. If you detect breeding sites in public spaces, you can share them with the Mosquito Alert app and communicate the results to your city. Sending data with the app and having them validated on the public map could help get the problem solved.
I have already followed all of the suggested steps for mosquito prevention but my house is still full of tiger mosquitos. What else can I do?
January 31, 2017
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