IN THE EVENT OF A MOSQUITO OUTBREAK
3 STEPS TO SURVIVING INFESTATION
All mosquito infestations render the location uninhabitable and should be vacated immediately. Gather family and essential small valuables only. DO NOT attempt to secure or defend property or possessions.
DO NOT ENGAGE!
It is critical to remember that any mosquitoes encountered are not friends. Under NO circumstances should you engage one in any type of interaction. Contagion is transfered via bite.
IN THE EVENT OF A BITE...
Apply pressure to the wound until proper medical supervision can be accessed.
Engage this step only if in a secured location and ONLY if you have positively identified a mosquito. Otherwise any terminations should be referred to and executed by your local licensed mosquito exterminator.
Performed by slapping or crushing the target with whatever is nearby. This causes cranial penetration or blunt force trauma and is the only known method for completely removing the threat of the mosquito.
Often insecticides are used to neutralize the mosquito. It is important to note that repellants, only deter the mosquito and will not remove the threat completely. Additionally many consumer insect sprays contain noxious chemicals that can contaminate the surrounding area. This approach is best left to a licensed professional.
After terminating the mosquito(s), remove any and all stagnant water sources or similar places where mosquitos breed. Further your protection by keeping your lawn mowed regularly and use hedge trimmers to cut back vegetation.
DO NOT INCINERATE!
Burning down the location may seem appropriate to contain any future infestation but this method is only short-term as mosquitos can return without preventative measures. Furthermore replacing property destroyed by your violent rampage can get costly, not unlike the felony you will receive in most jurisdictions.