The Mekong Delta countries are waiting with excitement for the arrival of the first shipment of Vectorcide coating bound for Thailand. This life-saving shipment will be in the region within the next several weeks,
A proven, safe, alternative to toxic gas spraying, Vectorcide coating originated in the UK, has been tested by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine over several years, and is produced in state of the art facilities in India, making this a truly worldwide endeavour to eradicate one of nature’s most persistent and deadly pests: the female mosquito.
Vectorcide is a permeable, safe, and effective coating designed to kill the female mosquito without harm to man or the environment, and it will soon be available for purchase and application right across the Mekong Delta.
This month of June sees the peak of the Dengue season, and in Vietnam, from the beginning of this year they have already had 24,000 cases, with many more to come. Worse still the new alleviating drugs that have been in use since the start of the decade are failing, as the disease is no longer responding. Without a viable, safe, alternative deaths will increase as a result.
Ian Domville from Vectorcide International Ltd said, ”The best way to avoid catching a mosquito-borne disease is not to get bitten. So simply by applying the Vectorcide coating in your home or office, you create a safe haven of protection from the female mosquito. This is the most effective type of protection available”.
The investment of time and money by the British born company into the Mekong Delta region has been significant, and it is spearheaded by the exclusive master distributor ATS and its partner NRS Logistics.
ATS and NRS has targeted the essential users of the Vectorcide coating, including the security services, health care institutions and the leisure industry. Vectorcide is effective for over a year with just one application and is completely non-toxic. A spokesman for ATS stated ”The more people and buildings that take up the application of Vectorcide coating the greater the level of protection for all of us. This is a social campaign based on our responsibilities to each other.”
Ian Domville of Vectorcide London added “as a result of COVID-19 we are now all aware of our responsibilities to each other. More people will die from mosquito-borne diseases than from COVID-19, so we owe it to each other to apply Vectorcide coating wherever we can”.
Press release distributed by Pressat on behalf of Vectorcide International Ltd, on Tuesday 30 June, 2020. For more information subscribe and follow https://pressat.co.uk/