As we saw in the last post, there are more than 33 countries affected by Zika virus and the figure is increasing. Last February, the World Health Organization (WHO) called for urgent global health epidemic of the virus suspected of causing complications such as congenital microcephaly in newborns. Now, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) of the United States has confirmed the link between the virus Zika and these birth defects, as expected. In addition, there is still no treatment to combat the virus (it is estimated that the vaccine may be marketed from 2018). Therefore, it is important to protect ourselves as much as we can from mosquito bites Aedes aegypti, the main transmitter of the Zika virus, to help prevent infection as much as possible. To minimize the risk of bites, Radarcan is your best ally. First, remember that the Radarcan® PORTABLE MOSQUITO REPELLER has been proved in the fight against the mosquito Aedes aegypti, the main transmitter of the virus. In addition, it is also effective against the mosquito transmisor of dengue, yellow fever and Chikungunya, diseases transmitted by the same mosquito. Secondly, it is important to note that Radarcan® devices do not use any chemical or toxic product that could be harmful, which is 100 % respectful for humans and pets, unlike other repellents. Radarcan® devices use own technologies based on the emission of acoustic frequencies to scare away mosquitoes in the coverage area and thus reduce the risks of a possible bite. In addition, another of the great advantages of Radarcan® PORTABLE MOSQUITO REPELLER is to help you protect you anywhere you go, permanently, as it operates 24 hours a day without interruption. It is suitable for both children and adults and its minimalist design makes it the most practical and hygienic choice. Undoubtedly, Radarcan® PORTABLE MOSQUITO REPELLER is your great ally to prevent Aedes mosquito bites without having to do anything but carry on it in the arm, protecting the safest, practical and comfortable way.

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