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We are a complete online store for mosquito nets, mosquito repellent, mosquito headnets, baby car seat mosquito nets and quality products that protect against harmful insects.

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We are your online store for mosquito nets and other quality mosquito stopping products.

What Our Customers are saying:

Excellent service. I placed my order on Wednesday afternoon and it arrived on Friday.  That service and prompt attention to orders is very much appreciated. John in Quebec, Canada  Aug. 13, 2016

"Got my order. They are beautiful. They are going to the Philippines for the poor and one for me. Thax again."
Louis in Ontario, Canada  Aug. 11, 2016

"Just to let you know that I received the 3 mosquito nets this afternoon.  Tks so much sending them out that fast." N.P. Ingleside, Ont. Feb., 2016

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Mosquito Net Recommended for Zika Virus

Latest New about the Zika Virus

On December 14, 2016, CDC issued guidance related to Zika for people living in or traveling to Brownsville, Cameron County, TX. On November 28, the Texas Department of State Health Services reported the state’s first case of local mosquito-borne Zika virus infection in Brownsville, Tx. Additional cases of mosquito-borne Zika have been identified in the area, suggesting that there is a risk of continued spread of Zika virus in Brownsville. Updated by the Centre for Disease Control website Dec. 14, 2016.

The Florida Department of Health has identified two areas of Miami-Dade County where Zika is being spread by mosquitoes. In addition to the previously identified area in the Wynwood neighborhood, there is now mosquito-borne spread of Zika virus in a section of Miami Beach. Protective measures should now be taken for people living or traveling to all of Miami-Dade County. Updated by the Centre for Disease Control website Dec. 14, 2016.

As of Dec. 14, 2016 Locally acquired mosquito-borne cases reported in the U.S.A. : Florida - 184, Texas - 1, Puerto Rico - 33,260, US Virgin Islands - 807, and American Samoa - 72

The CDC, Centre for Disease Control, website recommends using a bed net, mosquito net, to prevent mosquito bites and thus lowering the chance of being bitten by Zika Virus infected mosquitoes.

"There isn't any doubt that Zika causes microcephly,"
Dr. Tom Freifer, Director of the US Centre for Disease Control, told reporters at a conference on Wed., Apr. 13, 2016.

Steps to Prevent contacting the Zika Virus from Mosquitoes
- use a bed net, mosquito net, with over 156 holes per sq. inch netting indoors and outdoors in affected areas
- pregnant women should not travel to areas with Zika Virus outbreaks
- wear long sleeve shirts and pants, over them you can use bug jackets with head nets and bug pants
- stay in places with air conditioning, window and door screens
- use insect repellents with DEET, picardin, or oil of eucalyptus
• follow instructions, reapply as instructed, and apply sunscreen before applying insect repellent                                                               

- spray mosquito netting or clothing with bug spray for extra protection
- DEET repellents are safe for pregnant women and breast feeding women
- bring a mosquito net and insect repellent with you if you travel to Zika infected areas
- women who do travel to infected areas should wait two months after their return to try to conceive

Chikungunya Virus Epidemic Spreading
"Prevention
No vaccine exists to prevent chikungunya virus infection or disease.
Prevent chikungunya virus infection by avoiding mosquito bites (see below).
The mosquitoes that spread the chikungunya virus bite mostly during the daytime.
Protect Yourself from Mosquito Bites
Use air conditioning or window/door screens to keep mosquitoes outside. 
If you are not able to protect yourself from mosquitoes inside your home or hotel, sleep under a mosquito bed net." (from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
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West Nile virus Warning - Canada
West Nile virus is a virus mainly transmitted to people through the bite of an infected mosquito. Mosquitoes transmit the virus after becoming infected by feeding on the blood of birds which carry the virus. Most people infected with the virus have no symptoms or they have flu-like symptoms. Sometimes though, the virus can cause severe illness, resulting in hospitalization and even death so it is important to know the symptoms of illness related to infection and how to minimize your risk, especially if virus activity is reported in an area near you.
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Buzz Off - USA
BBQs, gardening, swimming pools and hikes…and mosquitoes. Enjoy the outdoors, but remember to protect yourself from mosquitoes and take your repellent. West Nile virus transmission is underway in many parts of the US. This virus can cause serious, life-altering and even fatal disease, so it's worth it to take a couple minutes to prevent mosquito bites.
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