There were still 231 deaths reported that were caused by dengue in 2020.
This year, the Philippines reported 17,630 dengue cases, including 63 deaths as of 27 March 2021. The number of cases is 63% lower compared to the 47,249 cases that were reported in the same period in 2020.
Dengue is caused by the dengue virus and is transmitted through the bite of an infected Aedes aegypti mosquito. As an individual, you can play your part in the fight against dengue fever by protecting yourself and your home environment from the Aedes mosquito.
WALANG LAMOK -WALANG DENGUE
Using mosquito- ultraviolet light trapping lamp, illuminating, photocatalytic reaction with photocatalyst, releasing carbon dioxide and airflow, simulating the moisture of carbon dioxide emitted by human body, and attracting mosquitoes in any direction.
The fan stirs the surrounding air to form a vortex, so that the mosquitoes that are used to flying with the airflow come with the wind. When the mosquito approaches the wind tunnel, it will be sucked into the bottom mosquito trap by the strong vortex. When the mosquito is sucked into the catching grid, it is difficult to the strong vortex formed by the fan, and it has been pressed by the cyclone into the bottom of the mosquito disk. Let it die of dehydrate and air dry.
Removable structure design, rotate the counterclockwise direction to disassemble the mosquito storage tray, wash it with water, and wipe it clean with a dry cloth after cleaning.
Adopts standard USB charging cable for more convenient power supply. It can be connected to a mobile phone charging head, and can be connected to a laptop or can be connected to a power bank.