The Daily Mail reported that the aircraft flying in the UK from countries affected by the Zika virus (feared) will be sprayed with insecticides to stop the spread of the virus.
(We have already written about how spraying is commonplace, but in our opinion, this will now include the US and we’re not sure the UK has aircraft from states never spray.)
The UK is afraid that the Aedes mosquito, which carries Zika, will spread throughout the continent and then infect women, thus giving their unborn children microcephaly, something that has not yet been demonstrated.
Zika has existed for many years and so far has never caused the disease.
From the article:
“Aircraft arrive in the UK in all countries where cases of Zika have been confirmed in South America and the Caribbean will be sprayed as a precautionary measure.
But yesterday Florida, a major tourist destination for British people, declared a health emergency on the virus after a small break that up pandemic.
The Department of Health of the United Kingdom said that caution, known as disinfestation (aerosol spray insecticide fast action immediately before takeoff with passengers on board), and occurs on many flights, South America and the Caribbean, as a precaution against malaria mosquito-bourne.
also treat the inside surfaces of the aircraft with an insecticide spray residual minus food preparation areas. And remember, like the CDC, WHO says it has not found evidence that insecticide sprays used in aircraft are harmful to human health. Insurance.
The WHO warned this week that Europe could be “hit” by the disease as mosquitoes capable of carrying the disease are found in much of southern Europe -. Insect raising fears that strikes tourists in the Mediterranean “
(Any possibility that the widely corrupt are friends with Florida Gov. Rick Scott? It does, after all, have a huge financial contribution (several million) in businesses spray Zika.)
it seems unlikely, and the DFH agrees, insects and viruses can survive and reproduce in the UK, given the lower temperatures, but safety first. However, this week the first case of Zika was recorded in Europe (Spain), which was probably the straw that broke the camel.
Here is a graphic information from our friends at The Daily Mail:
Unfortunately, the abortion lobby is playing with the fear of microcephaly people. However, killing babies affected- especially when there is no proof that Zika is the cause will not prevent more cases.
Rather, families potentially affected should be given support and should be taken to establish proof of the cause of the disease.
Remarks “A 24-year-old Brazilian journalist Ana Caceres, who has microcephaly criticized from the Brazilian government that Brazil would have a” corrupt generation “due to the condition.
She said: ‘The microcephaly is a box of surprises. You may suffer from serious problems or may not. So I think that those who have abortions are not giving their children the opportunity to succeed. “”
This is how Zika planes sprayed BEFORE …
Pesticides sprayed on passenger flight?
So, what do we know about ZIKA? Thus, it was first discovered in a monkey in Uganda in 1947 (the name comes from the Zika forest where it was first discovered) and is native (mainly) of tropical Africa, but outbreaks have occurred in Southeast Asia Pacific Islander, too.
Appeared in Brazil in 2015, after they were released transgenic mosquitoes, and has since been seen in many countries in Latin America and the Caribbean islands.
It is transmitted by the bite of the same species of mosquito that can spread other tropical diseases such as dengue fever, chikungunya and yellow fever (still Zika has never been proven to be harmful as the others mentioned). It can also be transmitted through sexual contact.
WHO he says Zika is spreading rapidly in the Americas because it is new in the region and people are not immune to it. But those who do not receive Zika generally only have light symptoms such as fever, rash, joint pain and red eyes -. That usually does not last more than a week
What is more likely is that the larvicide has caused microcephaly (or perhaps transgenic mosquitoes reproduce, although not supposed to be able to), from a mosquito bite and a virus that has been around forever …
In short? Do not be afraid and make conscious and responsible health precautions (i.e.- not use insect repellent with DEET) to limit their exposure to the virus.