A potentially fatal mosquito has nested in 13 countries of the EU like France, Spain and Greek area that has been warned by the ECDC, owing to it has considerably changed the essence of dengue fever which was once a disease imported and resulted in a more serious threat for Europe.

The tiger mosquito favors conditions created by climate change says the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control.

Even such a large event as the Olympic Games in Paris at the end of July is not immune to the invasion of the insect, and here it is also being observed as far north as Paris.

The ECDC also warned that more miraculous could happen in Europe, especially that the frequencies of travel are rising.

The country has advised that people should empty outdoor containers that may be harboring stagnant water and at the same time, one should use insect repellent apart from screens on windows and doors since that will give one full protection.

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Looking at the second half of the last 20 years in Europe one can admit that it turned out to be a real nightmare with the mosquito pest. Of these, Aedes albopictus, the Asian tiger mosquito that is the most invasive in the world according to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), is emerging from its European ‘base camp. ’

I found that, by the references to the ECDC Stockholm declaration, Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, and Spain claim to be embodying such a strategy. Cases have also been confirmed in Belgium, Cyprus, Czechia, The Netherlands and Slovakia.

Real Aedes albopictus status: Tiger Mosquito and diseases other then what is normally found in the sub-tropics (dengue fever, chikungunya, and Zika virus), that up until recently was endemic “only” in Africa, Asia and the Americas.

The yellow fever is also caused by the aedes aegypti, whose new homeland will soon be Cyprus, among others. Experts said it was “concerning” in its tendency to bite people and to establish itself in other parts of Europe. General symptoms of the disease is much like any flu, however, it can develop to severe disease and even death. This is not a new phenomena. An additional three incidences were reported in Italy in 2016, and two in Spain.

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