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'It is an integrated operation involving various agencies such as the local authorities, SWCorp and the police, where if the Aedes larvae were found at the residential premises, a RM500 compound will be imposed and if the owner fails to pay the compound, they could be fined a maximum of RM10,000 or face imprisonment of not more than two years or both upon conviction,' he said.
Dengue, a mosquito borne virus, spreads among human populations through its carrier, the Aedes mosquito.
Aedes aegypti mosquitoes can also breed in water storage containers such as tanks, drums and pails without covers, in flower vases and in plates under potted plants, in rain gutters and in other artificial or natural water containers, the group said.
The insecticide, which is not harmful to humans, is also being distributed to residents in areas facing outbreaks while information on preventative measures and halting the breeding of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes are being disseminated to villagers.
Zika, dengue, chikungunya, and yellow fever are all transmitted to humans by the Aedes aegypti mosquito, the WHO said.
The ZIKV was first isolated from Aedes africanus (1) and, several years later from Aedes aegypti which is the main and natural vector for the virus (27, 28).
Aedes aegypti prefer artificial containers such as small cisterns, discarded tires, flower vases, buckets, and cans (Cheong 1967; Yee et al.
Sources said that the number of patients affected by the bite of Aedes mosquito has reached a figure of 200 during this year.
Madam, I would like to draw your attention about Chikungunya Virus (CHIKV), Aedes aegypti mosquito-borne an emerging alpha virus disease.1 CHIKV has recently reared its head and is affecting hundreds of people in the world's highly populated city Karachi-Pakistan.
Consider a Daily Nation edition in which a photo of an Aedes mosquito was used to illustrate the story "Nakuru health officials on high alert over Malaria outbreak." class="MsoNormalThe Aedes, however, as every biology student knows, spreads yellow fever, not malaria, which is spread by the Anopheles mosquito.